Fantasy Football: The Top 10 Quarterbacks You Should Target

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8) Andrew Luck, Indianapolis. If Luck has another season like his first, he could be ranked even higher next year. All this guy lacks is a track record. Over 4,000 yards and 26 touchdowns was a pretty productive rookie season. One of the issues with Luck is after Reggie Wayne, his receivers are not the biggest names on the board. One has to wonder who will get the most catches after Wayne. Darrius Heyward-Bay could end up being that guy. A key to Luck’s success is if he can make stars out of some of his receivers like Brady, Manning, Brees, and the other elite quarterbacks do. A healthy Ahmad Bradshaw could help relieve the pressure for Luck some in the running game but the Colts are still going to throw the ball a lot. Luck aired it out over 600 times in 2012; it probably won’t be much less than that in 2013. If your league is a keeper league, Luck could be a prime target for you. This kid looks like he will be good for a long time.