While the last two match-ups for Clemens have been against two of the more formidable defenses in the NFL, he was still unable to do much in the way of advancing the ball downfield via the passing game. Since taking over for the injured Sam Bradford, Clemens has made two starts and thrown for just 368 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions and the team has suffered back-to-back losses.
This week’s match-up with the Colts doesn’t appear to be the cure for what ails him though, as the Colts have allowed an average of just 242 passing yards per game with just 11 touchdowns through the air. In addition to that, their pass rush has produced 22 sacks for a total loss of 109 yards. Clemens will have to lean on his ground game once again as he is likely to struggle through the air once again.
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