WR Dontrelle Inman - Indianapolis Colts

6-3, 205Born: 1-31-1989College: VirginiaDrafted: ---

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Dontrelle Inman's percentile rank in each category, among WR with more than 50 fantasy points.

Recent Game Summaries

2019 Week 4 vs MIA (7 / 5 / 76 / 0 rec)

Inman was re-signed by the Chargers this summer precisely for games like this one. The team was without both Mike Williams and Travis Benjamin in the WR stable, as well as Hunter Henry and Virgil Green in the tight end group. And RB Melvin Gordon only recently ended his holdout and reported to the team, but he missed this game. Enter Inman, who is very familiar with the Chargers' offensive scheme and obviously has lots of rapport with Philip Rivers from Inman's previous stint as a San Diego Charger. Offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt mentioned that Inman would have a big role, and he didn't disappoint. He stepped into a starting role in this game and didn't miss a beat, leading the team in receiving yardage and targets while tying for the team lead in receptions. He made a quick snag over the middle for 16 yards on the opening drive. Inman was all over the field for the Chargers, and while it may be high praise he very much looked like Keenan Allen on several plays. He showed excellent body control on a third down conversion from the shadow of their own end zone, leaning into the defender to screen him out on a back shoulder fade. Another back shoulder catch on the sideline added a big gain later. He showed excellent timing with Rivers, running crisp routes, and demonstrating solid hands. Perhaps his best catch of the game was a tough grab in traffic with a defender hanging all over him (defensive pass interference was called, but the Chargers declined and took the play). But Inman came up limping after the play. He started to walk off, but then dropped to a knee and stayed on the ground. He came out of the game, and it was later reported as a quad injury.

2019 Week 1 vs IND (1 / 1 / 5 / 0 rec)

Inman was recently re-signed to provide some depth in the receiving game. Despite Mike Williams leaving the game in the second half, Inman still wasn't really a featured part of the offense. He caught just one first half pass, showing nice hands on a ball that was thrown a bit behind him. But that was the extent of his involvement.


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