Found October 07, 2012 on Juan Elway:

I’m a burner Juan…

The Colts pass attack is not going anywhere but up in 2012.  Andrew Luck looks legit as a real passer as well as a fantasy QB.  Not only can he get it done through the air, but his legs have provided owners with nice stats as well.  The Bears tore him up, but look at what they have done to fantasy elites like Rodgers and Romo.  Since the Bears game, Luck has averaged 268/2 with an additional 8/71 on the ground.  The guy can run too.  We know that Wayne is too legit to quit, but what about Avery and Hilton?

Avery has always been talented, but health has been his issue throughout his career.  In weeks one and 2, he had 12/148/1.  In week 3 he stumbled with 2/28, but is getting 95% of the snaps and plenty of targets.  He can go short, middle, and deep, so Luck will look to him plenty.  Every WR will have down weeks, so I’m not ready to give up after one down week.

T.Y. Hilton is looking like the Collie replacement in the slot.  He won’t get all the snaps, but he has the juice in this offense.  The kid can fly.  In week 2, he only had 1/15, but in week 3 he went 4/113/1.  He may be a little inconsistent week to week, but he could hit a homerun in any given week.  He’s a high risk/reward WR3 during the bye weeks, and if he can emerge, he will be a viable option.  The Colts defense stinks and they can’t run the ball well at all, so Luck and the troops will be airing it out every Sunday, so get on the bus.

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