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|The No. 1 overall pick of the 2012 draft has two productive fantasy seasons under his belt. Many prognosticators have placed him in the second tier of signal callers with improvements on the offensive side of the ball and a healthier stable of pass-catchers. Luck grew as a passer by cutting his interception total in half while increasing his completion percentage despite the fact injuries depleted the team's receiving options for most of the year. He has showed durability in starting every game for the Colts since joining the league while also being a smart and effective runner when forced out of the pocket.
To help their franchise quarterback take the next step, the Colts improved their depth at the WR position by adding Hakeem Nicks through free agency and selecting Donte Moncrief through the draft. Additionally, injured TE Dwayne Allen's return to the starting lineup will give OC Pep Hamilton even more flexibility along the offensive front. For these reasons, Luck is poised for his best season yet and could be a relative bargain on draft day for bullish fantasy owners who wish to stay ahead of the curve.
|Colts keep Rob Chudzinksi|
Gets a bump in title to Associate Head Coach
By: Mike Krueger | Tue Jan 27, 10:31 am
|Rob Chudzinski is officially off the market for coordinator positions around the NFL.
The Colts named Chudzinski as their associate head coach Tuesday, announcing a deal that will keep the coveted former Browns coach in Indianapolis. Chudzinski had been mentioned as a candidate for offensive coordinator positions with the Rams and 49ers, but Colts general manager Ryan Grigson had denied teams permission to interview him. (ESPN)|
FFToday's Take: One thing fantasy owners like is stability and it appears the Colts offensive philosophy will remain intact now that Chud is staying put. Pep Hamilton will again serve as offensive coordinator and call plays. Under the two, quarterback Andrew Luck set career highs in yards and touchdowns this past season.
| Colts likely to play starters in Week 17|
"Need to build some steam"
By: Doug Orth | Mon Dec 22, 4:55 pm
|Colts are going to, generally speaking, play to win against Tennessee despite having nothing to gain. They need to build some steam. (Stephen Holder on Twitter)|
FFToday's Take: After laying an egg against the Cowboys in Week 16, the Colts would probably be well-served by trying to find their groove offensively against the overmatched Titans. T.Y. Hilton is expected to return and Andrew Luck is a good bet to excel, so both players should be top-five plays in daily fantasy or Week 17 championships, even if they only play three quarters.