Fantasy football sit/start advice, Week 11: Andrew Luck

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We take a look at whether or not you should start Andrew Luck against the Tennessee Titans in Week 11.

Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck has been an effective fantasy quarterback this season, but he's had his slip-ups. You can mark the team's Week 10 matchup against the St. Louis Rams as Luck's biggest slip-up yet. Despite a depleted and under-performing St. Louis secondary, Luck managed to throw three interceptions against one touchdown.

The Colts lost that game in spectacular fashion, falling, 38-8, in the end. However, Luck did throw for 353 yards, and it was one of the very few times he's let the team down this season. He's had his struggles here and there, as evidenced by his 58.8 completion percentage, but he has 14 touchdowns against six interceptions in nine games this season, and the Colts are 6-3 on the season.

On Thursday, the Colts face the Tennessee Titans and the league's No. 8 passing attack. Tennessee allows 211.3 passing yards per game on average, but the Colts will be looking to pass early and often, so Luck has a solid chance of putting up decent numbers.

Fantasy Impact: The Colts are favored on Thursday, and Luck has had more good games than bad. The matchup isn't perfect, and he's not a top option for quarterbacks this week, but you probably planned on starting him anyway. Indianapolis does not have a strong running game, and Luck will be throwing the football 30-plus times. He's a definite start this week.

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