When the Indianapolis Colts decided on one March morning to cut long-time starting quarterback Peyton Manning, the seal of approval was stamped for Andrew Luck to become the next face of the Colts franchise.
Now, just as Manning was tasked with back in 1998, Luck will be asked to turn around a Colts team that was woefully bad last season.
While Luck has everything you want at the quarterback position—the arm, size, brains—he's falling into a rebuilding situation in Indianapolis.
The question is, should you consider drafting him in your 2012 fantasy draft?
We say you should, under the right circumstances.
In the following five slides, we'll give you the reasons why.