Andrew Luck full participant in practice but fantasy rookie shows up on injury report

Brian Spurlock-US PRESSWIRE

The rookie phenom is dealing with a knee issue, but still a full-go in practice. We break down the fantasy implications.

Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck showed up on the teams injury report on Wednesday with a knee issue, but was still a full participant in practice. Luck has not missed any games this season and doesn't seem in danger of missing Week 8 against the Tennessee Titans. The rookie has 7 TD and 7 INT in six games this season.

Fantasy Take: Luck has had some solid games as a rookie but hasn't broken through quite yet to be a consistent starter for fantasy. He has thrown too many interceptions and his 6.7 yards per attempt is very underwhelming. He has racked up 1,674 yards though because the Colts ask him to do a lot, but is completing only 53.6% of his passes. It's still encouraging to see him get reps in and when he does improve, Luck should be a top five fantasy quarterback.

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