Indianapolis Colts Fantasy Football Review

Indianapolis Colts Fantasy Football Review



With Peyton Manning out due to neck surgery the Indianapolis Colts had a horrible 2011 season. Having a league worst record enabled them to draft what is said to be one of the most polished QB to come out of the draft in many years Andrew Luck.

Luck doesn’t have a huge amount of offensive weapons, being the number one back for the first time in his career Donald Brown will be an untested starter at RB. The receiving corp is not all bad led by Reggie Wayne , Donnie Avery , and Austin Collie. TE Coby Fleener will be a early security blanket for Luck in the middle of the field.

As I write this Andrew Luck just came off of a 3 touchdown in just a half of pre-season football performance which will boost his fantasy stock probably up until the start of the season. Look for luck to go early probably second round in most fantasy football drafts, maybe first if you get a crazed fan.

Donald Brown may go very early as well , last season with limited carries he had 645 yards with a near five yard a carry for 5 touchdowns. A season full of carries and Brown maybe a great option in later rounds if he is overlooked due to his lack of stardom.

Indianapolis Colts Fantasy Football Review:

Andrew Luck could be a hit but being a rookie without a lot of great offensive threats I would have to say he will be middle of the pack fantasy football wise in 2012. Runningback Donald Brown is probably their best fantasy option and may put up close to double digit touchdowns. Reggie Wayne could have a great year if he Luck gets into a grove early.

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