Now that the dust has settled from free agency and the 2016 draft, it's time for some good, old-fashioned rankings. Let's start with the quarterbacks, shall we?
1. Andrew Luck, Indianapolis Colts
One bad year does not make a career.
True, Andrew Luck’s woes weren’t entirely attributable to a horrible offensive line. He took more chances when he was healthy last season, and they wound up burning him more often than not. Still, having no time to throw the ball and getting pummeled every other dropback is no way for a star quarterback to be treated.
Luck was trending toward the top of the fantasy heap before last season, and he could be a “post-hype sleeper” in 2016, relatively speaking. In spite of his struggles and his teammates, Luck was sixth in fantasy points per game (PPG) last season.