Andrew Luck enters the NFL with the high expectations attached to being the No. 1 overall pick, as the Indianapolis Colts start a full-on rebuilding effort and Luck himself gets to succeed Peyton Manning, who was released this offseason.
With the league becoming more pass-happy in recent years, rookie quarterbacks can offer something to fantasy football owners, as Cam Newton, Andy Dalton and Sam Bradford have shown over the last couple years.
Let's break down what kind of impact fantasy owners can expect from Andrew Luck in 2012:
Luck himself seems to have the physical skills and intangibles to have some immediate success, and new Colts' offensive coordinator Bruce Arians has experience working with a elite level NFL quarterback in Ben Roethlisberger when he served as offensive coordinator for the Pittsburgh Steelers from 2007-2011. Arians also served as quarterbacks coach for Indianapolis from 1998-2000, which were Manning's first three NFL seasons. So the offensive structure is l...