No one could have foreseen a season without Luck for 7 games, so for me it's hard to say without playing the hindsight game. T.Y. is still young. This is only his 4th season. His first 3 have been better, statistically, than Marvin Harrison's. Of course, Marvin played for Harbaugh in 96-97 and a rookie Manning in 98, and didn't really take off until 1999. TY has had Luck and much better results. He does disappear at times, but I also think part of that is the lack of a complementary WR. Good teams make him disappear bc they can shut him down. Marvin learned to beat that as he developed. But he also had Reggie, Pollard/Clark too....Reggie was waning when TY was drafted. Moncrief has been the closest thing to that, and he's still developing. In the right system I think he will be great. He has been solid, but to take the next step he needs a healthy Luck, Moncrief to keep learning, and Dorsett to be what he is supposed to be. He needs a solid #2 to take some of the pressure off him.
But, given this year, and the mess it was, I give it an "incomplete" (no pun intended)