There is really no debate that during the first three weeks of the fantasy football season, Andrew Luck has been among the NFL's biggest disappointments.
Through three games, Luck has scored a total of just 41 points. He ranks 21st among quarterbacks and has a total of seven interceptions.
And while some fantasy owners see a terrible start, which it is -- I see an opportunity to get an elite fantasy QB at a discount.
Often times fantasy owners target players that are going off and having big games. Unfortunately, that is usually the worst time to try and make a deal. It's much smarter to buy low and aim high.
The bottom line is that even though it's been a struggle for Luck, he still threw a pair of touchdown passes against the Titans and scored 18 points. He is one of the best passers and players in the NFL and he will get right, likely sooner than later.
So if you need a QB target Luck. Especially if that owner has a need somewhere else and you can give him or her another option at the QB spot. Fantasy owners often think with their hearts as much as their heads and you should take advantage.
Trading for Luck could be a risky proposition but if his owner is disgruntled with him and wants to go in another direction, the investment of a couple solid players could be well worth the price.
Don't offer too much and make a deal you are comfortable with. If you get turned down oh well, at least you tried. And if you end up making a deal, you could be getting one of the top fantasy QBs on the market for the rest of the season.