Andrew Luck shows limited fantasy value in Week 16

John Rieger-USA TODAY Sports

Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck was held in check in the Colts win over the Kansas City Chiefs. We break down the fantasy implications.

Indianapolis Colts quarterback was limited against the Kansas City Chiefs, but still led the Colts to a 20-13 victory. Luck went 17-for-35 with 205 yards and one touchdown; he also had 21 yards rushing.

Luck now has 26 total touchdowns on the season, 21 of them on passes. He has slowed down in recent weeks, averaging under 200 yards per game over the Colts last three. He was sacked three times on Sunday and has now been sacked 40 times on the season.

Fantasy Impact: Luck has not performed particularly well for fantasy owners over the past few weeks in what is the playoffs for most fantasy leagues. His numbers weren't terrible, but they certainly aren't going to win anyone a fantasy championship.

If your league plays in Week 17, Luck will go up against the Texans, he threw for 186 yards and two touchdowns when they met in Week 15.

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