Andrew Luck starts off fantasy season on the right foot with three scores

Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

Andrew Luck got a win for the Colts against the Raiders and looked fantastic. We break down the fantasy implications.

Andrew Luck was terrific in his 2013 debut on Sunday against the Raiders, completing 18 of 23 attempts for 178 yards and two passing TDs. He added six rushes for 38 yards and a rushing TD on the ground.

He came out like gangbusters in the first two drives, going 8-of-8 for 103 yards and two TDs, good for a perfect 158.3 QB rating. The Stanford product cooled off a bit and finished with a still impressive 127.9  rating.

Fantasy impact: The Colts got a bit conservative and Luck didn't get on the same page with second-year receiver T.Y. Hilton off the bat. It was business as usual for Reggie Wayne, reeling in all eight of his targets for 96 yards and a score. The Colts did have some protection issues, allowing four sacks to the Raiders. The second-year pro will be a very strong starting option against the Dolphins in Week 2.

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