THREE REASONS Why ANDREW LUCK Will Be A Top-5 Quarterback Again
- His shoulder injury is no longer a concern.
- When healthy, Luck has a stellar track record of top finishes.
- The offensive group in Indianapolis is perhaps his best to date.
When healthy, Luck is always in the mix to finish as the best fantasy signal caller. From his offensive linemen to his receivers, tight ends, and running backs, Luck probably has the best supporting cast of his career. He appears to be entering the year with no lingering concerns about his shoulder, which is a huge relief. The former Stanford Cardinal is currently being taken in the fourth round, around the likes of Deshaun Watson and Aaron Rodgers. He is a safer commodity than Watson thanks to a better offensive line and is without the adjustment concerns that come with Rodgers’ coaching staff change. For those who prefer not to gamble on middle or late-round quarterbacks, Luck is a perfect choice.
INJURIES NOT LINGERING FOR LUCK
This time last year, there was much hand-wringing over Andrew Luck’s recovery from a shoulder injury sustained initially in Week Three of the 2015 season. Luck missed much of that year, reaggravated the injury in 2016 against Denver, and sat out the entirety of 2017 after deciding to go through with offseason surgery.
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