#30. Indianapolis Colts: Andrew Luck & Frank Gore

The Colts‘ high hopes this season were dashed pretty much from the start. Luck’s list of injuries read like a report from a major car crash — he suffered through a separated shoulder, torn abdominal muscle and lacerated kidney. Still, he played the most snaps at quarterback for Indy and had by far the worst statistical season of his career. He threw for 15 touchdowns and 12 interceptions with a career-worst 6.42 yards per attempt.

In his first season with the Colts, Gore proved he could still be a workhorse yet lacked some of the explosiveness he showed in San Francisco. He finished the season with 967 rushing yards, the third-fewest in his career, and averaged a career-worst 3.7 yards per carry. He had just five runs of 20 yards or more, tied for the second-fewest of his career.

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