Andrew Luck injury update: Fantasy value high vs. Bills

David Banks

Andrew Luck is expected to start for the Colts against the Bills on Sunday, and has a solid fantasy matchup against shaky secondary. We break down the fantasy implications.

Andrew Luck is expected to start Sunday's game between the Indianapolis Colts and the Buffalo Bills after being listed on the Colts' injury report with a knee injury. Despite the injury, Luck was a full participant in practice throughout the week.

Luck is looking to rebound from a shaky performance in Week 11 against the New England Patriots. The rookie quarterback went just 27-for-50 passing for 334 yards, two touchdowns and three interceptions.

Fantasy Impact: Luck had a tough time with New England, but the Bills should provide a nice reprieve. Buffalo has given up 19 passing touchdowns on the year with eight interceptions.

Luck has built up enough good faith for fantasy owners to expect a better performance this week. He remains a borderline starter in standard formats, but if you have to use him this week is about as good as any.

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