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Postby flexnsa » Mon Nov 15, 2004 7:35 am

any thoughts???
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Postby Mercer Boy » Mon Nov 15, 2004 7:47 am

Anyone on Indy's offense is worth a look if they are in the game for a decent amount of plays. Dallas probably won't be a consistent stud because Pollard will take some of his looks. But, if you really need someone, he's another guy to add to the growing list of servicable TE's (Wiggins, Dilger, Clark, and Boo Williams). ;-D
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Postby Plindsey88 » Mon Nov 15, 2004 9:41 am

Hell yes he's worth a look... I wouldn't count on him to have huge days week in and week out, but if you don't have a stud TE, then I would definitely consider giving Clark a shot... With Manning throwing 4-5 TD's a game, there is always a good possibility that one goes his way... The other good thing about Indy's offense (for non-Edge owners) is that Indy likes to throw the ball at the goal line... They have very little faith in Edge's ability to pound it in the endzone, and 9 times out of 10 they will pass inside the 5... That makes for a lot of TD opportunities for the TE's... Even if Pollard and Clark split those looks, there are still quite a few to go around...

I would rank the TE's something like this, right now:

Gates
Gonzo
McMichael
Crumpler
E. Johnson
Shockey
Witten
Wiggins
Clark
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Postby Warpigs » Mon Nov 15, 2004 9:46 am

Plindsey88 wrote:Hell yes he's worth a look... I wouldn't count on him to have huge days week in and week out, but if you don't have a stud TE, then I would definitely consider giving Clark a shot... With Manning throwing 4-5 TD's a game, there is always a good possibility that one goes his way... The other good thing about Indy's offense (for non-Edge owners) is that Indy likes to throw the ball at the goal line... They have very little faith in Edge's ability to pound it in the endzone, and 9 times out of 10 they will pass inside the 5... That makes for a lot of TD opportunities for the TE's... Even if Pollard and Clark split those looks, there are still quite a few to go around...

I would rank the TE's something like this, right now:

Gates
Gonzo
McMichael
Crumpler
E. Johnson
Shockey
Witten
Wiggins
Clark


Nice ranking of TE at this point. I agree with them to a "T".

You have to remember with Dallas Clark that he's involved in an offense that is massive. Any given week, one or two of the receivers/TE in Indy will explode while others will barely show up. Dallas, Stokley and Wayne had their big day yesterday at Marvin Harrison's expense. Next week, Harrison may blow up big and Dallas Clark do nothing much.
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Postby DanDigital » Mon Nov 15, 2004 10:38 am

I would put Witten over Shockey but other than that I agree with the list.

Of course Dallas Clark is a stud. He is a white receiver on the Colts. And since Peyton Manning is a huge racist Clark is sure to thrive.
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Postby SwiperNoSwiping » Mon Nov 15, 2004 10:48 am

Yes he is a stud at this point. The way the Colts are playing offensively, and they have a favorable schedule coming up: Houston again, Detroit, San Diego....Nice.

But I wouldn't expect him to get an 80 yd td everyweek either...

I guess the question should be why is he still available in your league?
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Postby DaChiefs » Mon Nov 15, 2004 3:57 pm

DanDigital wrote:I would put Witten over Shockey but other than that I agree with the list.

Of course Dallas Clark is a stud. He is a white receiver on the Colts. And since Peyton Manning is a huge racist Clark is sure to thrive.


did reggie wayne and marvin harrision turn white suddenly? I seem to remember him looking towards them a few times this year.
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Postby The Miner Part 2 » Mon Nov 15, 2004 4:00 pm

DanDigital wrote:I would put Witten over Shockey but other than that I agree with the list.

Of course Dallas Clark is a stud. He is a white receiver on the Colts. And since Peyton Manning is a huge racist Clark is sure to thrive.


ha, where the hell did this come from???
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