Found August 09, 2012 on Juan Elway:

I just need a little Luck Juan..

Austin Collie has been solidified as the #2 WR in Indy.  He will play opposite Reggie Wayne in 2-WR/2-TE sets and will play in the slot when they go 3-wide.  He has already gained a nice rapport with Andrew Luck and his hands/route running ability will make him a favorite target during the season.  A great lat round grab with little risk and huge upside, especially in PPR leagues.

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