Andrew Luck scores twice on ground to help fantasy value in Week 10

Mike Ehrmann

Andrew Luck didn't have to put up big numbers against the Jaguars. We break down the fantasy implications.

Andrew Luck was the star of the show on Thursday night in Week 10, scoring two rushing touchdowns and leading the Colts to their sixth victory of the season. Luck finished with 227 yards on 18 of 26 passing.

He did manage to turn the ball over twice, though, adding an interception and a fumble to his stat line.

Fantasy Impact: The Colts didn't need Luck to throw for 433 yards again this time around, so don't put too much stock into his outing in Jacksonville. He moved the ball well, and aside from a couple mistakes, he looked to be up to every bit of the hype surrounding him.

Indianapolis heads to New England in Week 11. Luck's arm will certainly be relied on against Tom Brady and his offense, so expect more impressive numbers ahead.

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