Andrew Luck
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By Jason Mullins, Colts Correspondent, Sat, Aug 23rd 11:47pm EDT

Andrew Luck threw for 103 yards with one TD and one INT. The interception came on an underthrown attempt to Coby Fleener late in the first quarter. Luck also added 22 yards rushing. (Source: Jason Mullins)

Fantasy Impact: The entire Colts first team offense looked a bit out of sync the entire night. Luck suffered from several dropped balls which could have made his numbers considerably better. Despite the lackluster performance, Luck should prove worthy of his current ECR of 5 amongst signal callers.

By Ryan Sacks, Colts Correspondent, Sat, Aug 16th 9:26pm EDT

Luck goes 12-18 for 89 yards and a TD. He led the Colts' offense to score on three of the four drives he played.

Fantasy Impact: Luck has been very impressive through the first two preseason games. His TD was a precision strike to Griff Whalen from 5 yards out. Luck, entering his third year, certainly has the potential to join the elite ranks among QBs.

By Jason Mullins, Colts Correspondent, Fri, Aug 8th 9:19am EDT

Luck had an impressive opening drive, going 4 of 5 for 53 yards. The drive was his only action of the game and culminated in a 39 yard field goal. (Source: ESPN.com)

Fantasy Impact: Luck appeared poised in the offense, finding receiver T.Y. Hilton for three of the four completions. Perhaps the most concerning part of Luck's performance didn't even involve him. C Kahled Holmes went down with an ankle injury and Luck struggled to get in sync with rookie replacement Jonatthon Harrison. With the interior o-line problems the Colts have, Luck may be running for his life all season long again.

By Jason Mullins, Colts Correspondent, Wed, Jul 30th 10:14pm EDT

Luck went 18-29 with three touchdowns and one interception. The lone interception came on a tipped pass. Luck looked especially impressive on one particular drill. He completed three consecutive passes, the last being a long TD to T.Y. Hilton. (Source: Colts.com)

Fantasy Impact: Luck appears poised and comfortable with his offense. If the offensive line can keep him upright he should take full advantage of a nice array of weapons.

By Jason Mullins, Colts Correspondent, Mon, Jul 28th 4:35pm EDT

Andrew Luck threw three interceptions in today's practice, going 17 of 31 with five touchdowns. He took the mistakes as learning experiences, saying "If I was fooled, I want to ask the about [the defender's] technique." (Source: Stephen Holder)

Fantasy Impact: Luck took the opportunity to pick the defender's brains, asking if there was anything he did to tip them off as to what the play was. As Luck continues to improve his decision making and cut down on mistakes, he will raise his already extremely high ceiling.

By Jason Mullins, Colts Correspondent, Sun, Jul 27th 2:03pm EDT

Luck went 18 of 27 passing in drills on Saturday's practice session. Most of the throws were short yardage plays but Luck did make one exciting long pass. He rolled out left, escaping pressure from Bjoern Werner, and threw a long ball one step beyond Donte Moncrief. The play showed off his ability to escape pressure, make a play with his legs, and throw an accurate long pass. (Source: Colts.com)

Fantasy Impact: With the return of a couple of his favorite targets in Dwayne Allen and Reggie Wayne, Luck will have no shortage of weapons at his disposal. The Colts will look to a play-maker driven offense and there may be no better young play maker than Luck. Luck should have a stellar 2014 season, as he seems to raise the ceiling on his expectations almost annually.

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