10. Andrew Luck
In 2014, Luck threw for 40 touchdowns and almost 5,000 yards, leading the Colts to their third straight AFC South championship. A truly remarkable season. Unfortunately for Luck and fans of the Colts, a nagging rib injury, paired with a lacerated kidney and abdominal tear kept him out for most of the season. Luck managed to play in seven games, but with the exception of a 312 yard, three touchdown game against the then-undefeated New England Patriots, his performances were shaky at best, throwing multiple interceptions in five games. Despite that, it’s impossible to deny that Andrew Luck is impossibly talented and still gives the Colts dozens of reasons to be optimistic for the future. He’s got the athletic ability of Cam Newton with the football smarts of Peyton Manning and the heart and will of Tom Brady. While the Colts have struggled to surround him with the talent that his predecessor had, he’s still made the players around him better. After almost a full year to recover, Luck should return to form in 2016, and make the Colts contenders again. I sure hope so, I just want to see greatness!