Andrew Luck Produces For Fantasy Owners Again

Sep 16, 2012; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck (12) takes a snap under center against the Minnesota Vikings at Lucas Oil Stadium. Indianapolis defeats Minnesota 23-20. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-US PRESSWIRE

Andrew Luck earns the victory. We break down the fantasy implications.

Andrew Luck proved he was worthy of the first pick in the draft again with 224 passing yards, 21 rushing yards and two passing TDs in the win over the Vikings.

Analysis: Luck came up with a tidy 107.5 passer rating and completed 20 of his 31 passes. He has grown fond of Donnie Avery and targeted him 11 times while Reggie Wayne received seven. The rookie's pocket presence is the best part of his game and he was sacked just twice despite some serious pressure from the Minnesota front seven. His matchup isn't quite as good against the Jaguars, so he's more of a high-end QB2 for Week 3.

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