WR Nathan Palmer - Indianapolis Colts
|5-10, 195||Born: 4-14-1989||College: Northern Illinois||Drafted: ---|
Week 3: at Jacksonville Jaguars
Mark and Joe say: Great matchup. Indianapolis ran the ball effectively last week (shocker!) so Andrew Luck actually threw the ball less than the team rushed it (34 pass attempts vs. 38 rushes) - Luck ended the game with a fat three TDs passing, with 20/34 for 172 yards passing, zero interceptions and zero sacks taken. Ahmad Bradshaw snagged two TDs with 5/26/2 to his credit, while T.Y. Hilton (11 for 6/65/0 receiving) and Reggie Wayne (seven for 3/28/0) handled most of the passes. Dwayne Allen sunk into oblivion last week (zero targets) while backup Jack Doyle (two targets for 2/12/1 receiving) handled most of the action from the tight end position. Jacksonville has allowed a league-worst 75 points through the first two games, another low-light for this struggling franchise. They coughed up 24/36 for 258 net yards, two TDs and zero interceptions with three sacks generated for -30 yards in Washington last week, and lost 10-41. Jacksonville is 25th in the NFL vs. passers this season, averaging 266.5 net yards allowed per game, with four TDs handed over vs. just one interception so far. This is a horrid defense overall, folks. Advantage, Indianapolis.
Latest NewsBroncos | Re-sign Nathan Palmer to practice squad (Thu Sep 11, 12:45 PM) - The Denver Broncos re-signed WR Nathan Palmer to their practice squad Thursday, Sept. 11. Terms of the contract were not disclosed. Our View: The Broncos moved Palmer onto the active roster to take Wes Welker's roster spot, but he gets moved back down to make room for other players. The team could be getting Welker back if the NFL/NFLPA implement the new drug policy and eliminate the suspensions under the old policy.
link to story NFL | Eight become free agents (Wed Sep 10, 06:49 PM) - Carolina Panthers TE D.C. Jefferson, Cleveland Browns OT Ryan Seymour, Denver Broncos WR Nathan Palmer, Jacksonville Jaguars TE Reggie Jordan, Kansas City Chiefs DB Daniel Sorensen, New Orleans Saints OT Ty Nsekhe and Tampa Bay Buccaneers DEs Steven Means and Scott Solomon cleared waivers and became free agents Wednesday, Sept. 10. Broncos | Waive Nathan Palmer (Tue Sep 9, 03:26 PM) - The Denver Broncos waived WR Nathan Palmer Tuesday, Sept. 9. Our View: The spot for Palmer on the active roster could soon be filled by Wes Welker. There's a decision coming from the league and the NFLPA that could reduce Welker's four-game suspension.
link to story Broncos | Week 1 Inactives (Sun Sep 7, 07:06 PM) - The Denver Broncos have declared OG Ben Garland, LB Danny Trevathan, CB Kayvon Webster, OT Michael Schofield, DL Mitch Unrein, WR Nathan Palmer, RB Ronnie Hillman inactive for Week 1.
Indianapolis Colts Team LinksDepth Chart Season Stats Targets Red Zone Game Logs
|3||@ Jacksonville Jaguars|
|4||vs Tennessee Titans|
|5||vs Baltimore Ravens|
|6||@ Houston Texans|
|7||vs Cincinnati Bengals|
|8||@ Pittsburgh Steelers|
|9||@ New York Giants|
|10||--- BYE WEEK ---|
|11||vs New England Patriots|
|12||vs Jacksonville Jaguars|
|13||vs Washington Redskins|
|14||@ Cleveland Browns|
|15||vs Houston Texans|
|16||@ Dallas Cowboys|
|17||@ Tennessee Titans|