Luck threw for 180 yards, two touchdowns and an interception last week. The Chiefs, however, have actually been more friendly than the average team to fantasy quarterbacks this year.
Richardson would start if Donald Brown has to sit out, but there's no way you could consider him a starter against Kansas City.
Brown left last week's game with a stinger and could sit this week. The Colts brought in former Chief Shaun Draughn.
Hilton caught eight passes for 78 yards last week. Consider him a WR3 against the Chiefs.
Rogers caught two passes for 23 yards one week after his coming-out party. He's no better than a WR4 this week.
Fleener got just one target last week, and the Chiefs have allowed the second-fewest fantasy points to tight ends this year.
Vinatieri made all three of his field-goal attempts last week and is 29-for-33 on the season.
The Colts had two takeaways and four sacks while holding the Texans to three points last week. Still, this is not a great matchup.
Alex Smith rode the Jamaal Charles express to a 287-yard, five-touchdown performance last week. Consider him a high-end QB2 this week.
Charles had a fantasy day for the ages last week, racking up 215 total yards and five touchdowns. He has as strong a case as Peyton Manning for the MVP award.
It has been a terrible year for Bowe individually. He's no better than a WR3 this week.
Avery had just two catches for 33 yards last week and should not be on your radar.
McCluster missed last week's game and is not fantasy relevant.
Fasano was inactive last week. If he returns, you don't want to start him.
Succop didn't attempt a field goal last week, but he did have eight extra points. He is 21-for-25 on field goals this year.
The Colts haven't been the same since losing Reggie Wayne, and now they may turn to Trent Richardson once again. Start the Chiefs with confidence.
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