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Andrew Luck, Reggie Wayne handle business in win, produce solid fantasy lines

Mike Ehrmann

Andrew Luck and Reggie Wayne put up some solid stats against the Jaguars. We break down the fantasy implications.

Andrew Luck led the Colts to an easy victory in Jacksonville, completing 22-of-36 passes for 260 yards, two scores and one pick. He added two carries for 26 yards on the ground.

Reggie Wayne racked up 100 receiving yards and a score on five receptions. He was Luck's favorite option with a team-high 11 targets.

The Colts moved the ball efficiently all game and Luck posted a yards-per-attempt average of 7.2, good for a passer rating of 90. He hit T.Y. Hilton five times for 48 yards and also found Coby Fleener for a short TD.

Fantasy impact: The Colts offense is starting t click even though their schedule has been tough. They took care of the ball against San Francisco last week. Things won't get easier next week when they take on the tough 4-0 Seahawks. The Colts skill on the outside should be offset with Seattle's terrific secondary, so Luck will be a bit of a gamble to play. Reggie Wayne is took consistent to sit even with Richard Sherman possibly shadowing him.

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