Wednesday, September 05, 2007
September 05, 2007
During training camp, QB Peyton Manning talked about the special value of TE Dallas Clark to the Colts’ offense. Although WRs Marvin Harrison and Reggie Wayne attract most of the spotlight in the Colts’ passing game, Clark is a multidimensional player who can play on the line—as a traditional tight end—and in the slot and line up in the backfield as a fullback. That can cause matchup problems for opponents, who have to decide whether to cover Clark with a linebacker, a safety or a nickel back.
Posted by NC Sports on Wednesday, September 05, 2007