Found May 18, 2012 on The Football Fan Spot:
QB Andrew Luck (Indianapolis) Like Robert Griffin, Andrew Luck should be a solid QB1 with upside as a rookie. I expect him to have better passing numbers than either Newton or Griffin, but he won’t match either of their rushing numbers, which is why Griffin has the advantage over Luck in fantasy, at least for this year. Projection: 4000 passing yards, 23 passing touchdowns, 14 interceptions, 240 rushing yards, 2 rushing touchdowns (260 pts standard/306 pts in 6 pt TD leagues) RB Donald Brown (Indianapolis) With Joseph Addai gone, Donald Brown looks like the clear lead back in Indianapolis. However, the former 1st round pick has had a very inconsistent career. Both Delone Carter and Vick Ballard could challenge for his job at some point this season if he struggles. There is some upside here with Brown in an improved Indianapolis offense. Projection: 180 carries 770 rushing yards 8 total touchdowns 20 catches 180 receiving yards (143 pts standard/163 pts PPR) RB Delone Carter (Indiana...
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