Andrew Luck

Andrew Luck

Indianapolis Colts

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Texas Tech OT Le'Raven Clark Kenny Clark was selected by the Indianapolis Colts with the 82nd overall pick.

Fantasy Impact: He's got quickness and length that all NFL teams covet. He's not the most muscular lineman and his inconsistent with his footwork, but his pass protection is outstanding, and his length gives him a natural advantage. He'll make a decent NFL starter at the very least.

Fantasy Football Maniax | May 1st
I think Luck will be closer to the 4,761 yards, 40 touchdowns and 16 interceptions he threw in 2014 than the 1,881 yards, 15 touchdowns, 12 picks and nine missed games he had in 2015. The Colts added offensive line help in the NFL Draft with C Ryan Kelly and T Le'Raven Clark, but the division is going to be a lot tougher with the additions made by Jacksonville and Houston this off-season.
WalterFootball | Mar 15th
Luck was not great by anyone's standards before he was spleened, but he still put up decent fantasy numbers while sucking. The Colts are built for him to throw the ball, and he went and threw the ball 42 times per game this year, which ties Drew Brees for the most per game. Of course, the Colts would rather not need to throw it that often, but their defense isn't going to be Seattle-like by next season and they'll have to compensate on offense.

After two years completing over 60 percent of his passes, Luck dropped to a pitiful 55 percent this season, and I don't see how a healthy Luck doesn't get back over 60 percent next season. Add in a T.Y. Hilton and Donte Moncrief, and there is no reason Luck doesn't put up big numbers next year.