By Adam McGill @adammcgill83twitter.com on July 4, 2014
After just two seasons in the league, Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck has vaulted into the top-tier of fantasy football quarterbacks. Here is a statistical prediction for Luck's 2014 fantasy season.
Luck has yet to miss a game in his two professional seasons. He has matured into the ultimate field general and will be a safe bet to play another 16 games this fall.
Luck’s overall fantasy numbers will be limited by the run-first philosophy of O.C. Pep Hamilton and the former first round pick won’t have a 5,000-yard season anytime soon. However, there is no reason to think he won’t go over the 4,000-yard mark in 2014.
Luck has thrown just 23 touchdowns in back-to-back seasons. Luckily, he has plenty of weapons at his disposal and he should finally eclipse that 25-TD plateau.
Luck was able to drop is interception total from 18 in 2012 all the way down to nine in 2013. He has mastered the art of managing the game and the former Stanford standout will have another year with very little picks.
After 14 fumbles through his first 32 games, it is safe to say that Luck isn’t the most secure with the football. Luck will have a couple unlucky moments this fall.
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