Colts tight end Dallas Clark’s domination of safety Roman Harper is putting Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams in a quandary when it comes to play-calling.
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Posted: Friday, January 22nd, 2010 | NFL.com Staff Tags: AFC Championship Game, Antoine Bethea, Dallas Clark, Dwight Freeney, Indianapolis Colts, Joseph Addai, New York Jets, Reggie Wayne, Robert Mathis, Tony Ugoh
Nobody is expected to miss Sunday’s AFC Championship Game between the Colts and the Jets.
Posted: Thursday, January 14th, 2010 | Michael Fabiano Tags: Aaron Rodgers, Adrian Peterson, Andre Johnson, Chris Johnson, Dallas Clark, David Akers, Drew Brees, Larry Fitzgerald, Maurice Jones-Drew, Miles Austin, Nate Kaeding, Randy Moss, Ray Rice
Here’s a look at the 2009 NFL.com All-Fantasy team, a list headlined by Titans RB Chris Johnson.
When Colts president Bill Polian sat down on camera for his weekly appearance on NFL Network’s Around The League Tuesday, there was certainly no shortage of topics to discuss with host Rich Eisen.
Fantasy owners who started their Colts this week were likely losers in fantasy championships.
NFL fans have spoken again, voting the spectacular one-handed grab by Indianapolis Colts TE Dallas Clark as the Sprint Can’t-Miss Play of Week 11.
Steve Slaton’s off to a slow start for fantasy owners, but the schedule seems to indicate a change in his fortunes are ahead.
The Colts are dealing with a number of injuries during training camp, as starters Antoine Bethea, Dallas Clark, Bob Sanders and Ryan Diem are all sidelined heading into the preseason opener.
With the fantasy football season over (unless you signed up for our Playoff Challenge, of course), it’s time to start looking ahead to 2009.
Dallas Clark has hauled in eight passes for 83 yards and one touchdown in the first half against the Lions.
Jaguars inactives: RB Chauncey Washington, G Chris Naeole, LB Justin Durant, C Brad Meester, G Charles Spencer, DT Jimmy Kennedy, WR Jerry Porter, WR Troy Williamson.
Analysis: WRs Matt Jones, Reggie Williams and Dennis Northcutt will see more targets with Porter and Williamson both out. The Jaguars’ offensive line is still hurting with Naeole, Meester and Spencer inactive.
Vikings inactives: QB John David Booty (3rd), DB Madieu Williams, CB Marcus McCauley, RB Maurice Hicks, LB Erin Henderson, T Drew Radovich, FB Jeff Dugan, DT Letroy Guion.
Analysis: Tarvaris Jackson is active, as expected.
Just a quick note…NFL Network’s Scott Hansen is reporting that TE Dallas Clark and C Jeff Saturday are both inactive.
NFL Network’s Adam Schefter just told me Dallas Clark has a slightly torn medial collateral ligament. The Colts aren’t overly concerned about injury, and Clark could try to play today. But Adam points out that the prudent course of action might be to sit out this week and try to come back next.
After missing practice the last two days because of a knee injury, Colts tight end Dallas Clark had limited participation on Friday and is questionable for the Week 2 matchup with the Vikings.