Wednesday, October 29, 2008
October 28, 2008
By John Oehser - Colts.com
DOUBLE DOSE OF DALLAS: Dallas Clark hardly could have timed things better.
Clark, a year after setting a franchise record for touchdown receptions by a tight end, hadn’t caught a touchdown pass in the season’s first six games.
On Monday, the Colts played their biggest game of the season. And Clark had his biggest game, too.
Clark, a sixth-year veteran, caught a pair of touchdown passes from Manning in the Colts’ loss to the Titans Monday night – a 10-yarder late in the first quarter and a 19-yarder early in the third quarter to give the Colts an eight-point lead.
The 10-yarder was the first time this season the Titans allowed a first-quarter touchdown.
Clark finished the game with seven receptions for a team-high 94 yards.