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I haven't seen this mentioned, but former Colts TE Dallas Clark scored the winning touchdown for Tampa Bay in overtime against Carolina. I was happy to see that since I've always liked him. I hope that he continues to do well with his new team.

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The real story was Freeman's amazing pass and the amazing catch by Jackson. Both had players draped all over them. Last few seconds ticking off the clock. Amazing.

After giving up the lead, Carolina was destined to lose that game.

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Dallas caught key Td previous week as well, or maybe was weeks before that

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Good to see he is doing well and has some left in the tank

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He made a pretty outstanding catch of his own to win that game.

It's good to see the players that were no longer wanted/thrown away, doing well elsewhere.

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He made a pretty outstanding catch of his own to win that game.

It's good to see the players that were no longer wanted/thrown away, doing well elsewhere.

Yes, it was a very good catch. It seemed like Clark, being in this new offense, is coming into his own as a late bloomer. Of course, Josh Freeman started blooming a few games late into the season as well. As goes the QB, so go the receiving options but it sure does help Freeman that they got VJax first, and then Clark next so he did not have to lean just on Mike Williams if teams stopped Doug Martin.

Kellen Winslow is who the Bucs got rid of, he is nowhere to be heard of. Clark seems to be moving like he is healthy, good for him. I am very happy for him. Tamme has been a disappointment so far on the other hand, among ex-Colts.

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Yes, it was a very good catch. It seemed like Clark, being in this new offense, is coming into his own as a late bloomer. Of course, Josh Freeman started blooming a few games late into the season as well. As goes the QB, so go the receiving options but it sure does help Freeman that they got VJax first, and then Clark next so he did not have to lean just on Mike Williams if teams stopped Doug Martin.

Kellen Winslow is who the Bucs got rid of, he is nowhere to be heard of. Clark seems to be moving like he is healthy, good for him. I am very happy for him. Tamme has been a disappointment so far on the other hand, among ex-Colts.

always wondered why Broncos went for Tamme over Clark, ,,, age ??? but took stokely ,

Clarks past injury 2 years back ???? but lack of production last year not his fault

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always wondered why Broncos went for Tamme over Clark, ,,, age ??? but took stokely ,

Clarks past injury 2 years back ???? but lack of production last year not his fault

Clark has always been the better receiver, but that's what he is, he's not a real TE. They may have been trying to improve their running game as well as getting a familiar face for Peyton. In the run blocking department, Tamme is much more valuable.

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Guess with 2 TE sets, as if 1 Dressen the better blocker I believe

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