Andrew Luck has brutal game for fantasy owners

Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck tries to escape pressure against the Tennessee Titans - Thomas J. Russo-USA TODAY Sports

Luck only threw for 200 yards and an interception in the Week 13 win over the Tennessee Titans. We bring you the fantasy implications here.

Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck went 17 of 32 for only 200 passing yards and an interception in the Week 13 win over the Tennessee Titans. Luck also fumbled the ball twice, but the Colts were able to recover both. Luck did add five rushes for 42 yards. On the year, Luck has thrown for 2,793 yards, 15 touchdowns, and eight interceptions. He has a completion percentage of 58.1 and a passer rating of 82.4. He also has 29 sacks on the year. He has rushed for 304 yards and four touchdown and five fumbles with two lost.

Fantasy impact: Luck is a good quarterback but he has really struggled since Reggie Wayne went down.The bloom is off the rose as Luck has struggled in the past four games, throwing only two touchdowns to five interceptions while taking 10 sacks. The Colts will travel to Cincinnati to face the Bengals in Week 14. The Bengals are giving up the seventh-least fantasy points to quarterbacks.

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