Luck's numbers weren't all that impressive against the Niners last week, but he continued to make plays on the ground. He'll make it up to his owners this week.
Look for Richardson to be way more involved in the offense this week, especially with Ahmad Bradshaw out with a neck injury.
Wayne will have his biggest day of the season to date, as the Colts should be able to handle the Jaguars with ease.
Hilton got just four targets last week with the Colts happy to play a ball-control offense. He'll have a big day against the Jags.
Fleener got just two targets a week ago, showing he still has a ways to go until fantasy owners can trust him as a regular starter.
Vinatieri connected from 43 and 41 last week, but missed a 51-yarder. His leg isn't what it once was.
After struggling against the Raiders and Dolphins, the Colts absolutely shut down Colin Kaepernick and the 49ers last week. They're a great stream option this week.
After two underwhelming games from Chad Henne, Gabbert will get back under center. The results won't change.
Jones-Drew ended up salvaging his day with a garbage-time TD last week. Frank Gore played well against the Colts last week, and MJD can have a nice day even if the Jags lose handily.
Shorts ended up having a monster day against the Seahawks, catching eight passes for 143 yards. I like Chad Henne better for him, but it's not like Gabbert is a huge step down.
Burton got nine targets last week, catching five of them for 42 yards. He could be intriguing when the big bye weeks hit.
Sanders caught two passes and is pretty much anything but a fantasy ace.
All things considered, five points out of Scobee in a game against the Seahawks wasn't bad at all.
Tarvaris Jackson completed 7-of-8 passes for 129 yards and a TD against this team in garbage time last week. Tarvaris Jackson.