After missing the whole 2017 season, Andrew Luck came back and played like an MVP last season. This season Luck has even more fantasy potential. Luck had to shake off the rust at the beginning of last season, averaging just under 15 points in his first three games, before exploding onto the scene as the fifth-ranked QB in the league. This season should be even better for Luck. He has the best offensive line in the league and weapons all around him, adding Devin Funchess from Carolina and drafting Paris Campbell with their second round pick. Luck should be a top-3 QB this season.
Mack scored ten touchdowns in 12 games last season. He is the lead back behind the best line in the NF and a reliable pass-catcher out of the backfield. This sets him up to be a great pick with possible top-10 RB potential. Nyheim Hines and Spencer Ware may cause concern to fantasy owners, but Mack will be getting the majority of the touches and is poised for a breakout year.
Hilton is the only Colts’ receiver you can trust going into this season. The Colts have a lot of weapons on the offensive side, but you can count on T.Y. to receive a lot of targets. He is their main deep threat and already has a great relationship with Luck. Hilton should be a guaranteed top-20 receiver with top-10 potential. He will serve as a low-end WR1 and a solid WR2 this season.
Last season was one plagued by injury. Doyle’s counterpart is Eric Ebron ranked fourth amongst tight ends last year but was very touchdown-dependent. When Doyle played, he saw almost twice as many targets per game as Ebron. Ebron is due for a substantial drop off, and Doyle is someone you can grab later in your draft. As long as he can stay healthy, Doyle should be the No. 1 TE in Indy. However, there are a lot of mouths to feed in this offense, which limits both Doyle and Ebron’s fantasy potential.