Colts quarterback Andrew Luck went 26 of 37 for 282 yards and a touchdown and no interceptions to cap off a nice stretch at the end of the season. He’ll be a top five dynasty quarterback heading in to 2014 but could still be a buy-low candidate.
Colts receiver T.Y. Hilton went off for 11 catches for 155 yards, showcasing what fantasy owners hoped for every game. Hilton’s situation will be one to monitor in Indianapolis in the off-season along with the return of Reggie Wayne.
Colts linebacker Robert Mathis had two more sacks to give him the NFL lead with 19.5. While Mathis will be 33 before the 2014 season, he’s signed relatively cheaply and should be back to be a LB2/3 in dynasty circles.
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Luckily, Colts receiver T.Y. Hilton had more targets (9-6) and catches (5-3) than Darrius Heyward-Bey. It appears the Colts finally realized the error of their ways.
Colts tight end Coby Fleener had five catches for 77 yards and a touchdown. He continues to take full advantage of the injury to Dwayne Allen.
Colts linebacker Robert Mathis had three more sacks. Depending on your situation, Mathis is a valuable commodity that could either help you to a championship this year or one you could trade for an asset. His 7.5 sacks through four games is impressive in any league.
One bright spot for Jacksonville continues to be Paul Posluszny. He had nine more tackles and a pass defended. At just 28, Poz is a LB1 in any league and should be for 3-4 more years.