Andrew Luck is back for his 8th season and will – hopefully – be fully healthy. The team captain has enjoyed success in the playoffs but never made it to the Super Bowl yet. Last year, he threw 39 touchdowns and 15 interceptions, something he does need to work on.
However, Luck continues to impress and his value to this team can’t be understated. We saw what happened when he went down and the team was less than desired for in 2015. Luck still had over 7 yards per attempt and over 10 yards per completion while having nearly 300 yards a game, with 3 fourth-quarter comebacks last year while taking the team to the AFC Championship game against the Chiefs.
Luck is a solid mid-round quarterback and I’d look for consistent work from him this season. He is one of the top tier quarterbacks that you can get in a fantasy draft. Quarterback typically isn’t a great position to take early in the draft, but Luck should be one of the top ones.
The last guy on the list is the breakout star from last season, and should be another great play next year.