Andrew Luck delivers second straight mediocre fantasy performance

Andy Lyons

The Colts managed to bounce back with a win after their debacle against the Rams, but Andrew Luck failed to throw a touchdown for the third time this year. We break down the fantasy implications.

Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck completed 23-of-36 passes for 232 yards against the Tennessee Titans on Thursday night. Luck rushed for 31 yards and a touchdown on nine carries, scoring for the fourth time on the ground this season.

After throwing three picks and losing a fumble against the Rams in Week 10, Luck finished without a turnover in Week 11. While he helped lead the Colts to their seventh win of 2013, he failed to throw a touchdown pass for the third time this season.

Fantasy impact: Owners expected Luck to bounce back after a miserable outing against St. Louis, but that wasn't really the case on Thursday despite the rushing score. The Colts stalled in the red zone a few times, and the passing game couldn't quite break open any huge gains, aside from a 39-yard pass to Coby Fleener.

The Colts take on the Cardinals next week. Arizona has the No. 20 pass defense in the league, so Luck will have another good opportunity to make fantasy owners happy.

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