Chappell, Mike
December 2005
Sporting News;12/2/2005, Vol. 229 Issue 48, p43
The article presents information related to the football team Indianapolis Colts. Reggie Wayne continues to show why he's a premier player. Dallas Clark is emerging as a big-play threat. He is dominating matchups against linebackers and is effective as the slot receiver in two-tight end sets. The pass defense surrendered the ninth fewest passing yards in the league through the first nine games, but there are concerns about the health and consistency of the secondary especially after the team Cincinnati Bengals put up 328 passing yards.


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