Colts running back Dan Herron had 23 carries and gained 63 yards versus the Broncos.Fantasy Spin:Herron had a terrible rushing average, but he gave the Colts just enough balance for Andrew Luck to have a lot of success in the passing game. Indianapolis didn't even dress Trent Richardson, so Herron is clearly the best fantasy option in the Colts backfield.
Dan “Boom” Herron went six yards and into the endzone in Sunday’s AFC Divisional Round game against the Broncos.
Since taking over as the lead running back of the Colts, Herron has breathed new life into the teams ground game which had become stagnant with Trent Richardson failing to accumulate yards.
Herron’s touchdown evened up the score in Sunday’s game...
Dan Herron had a critical fumble near the end of the half in the Colts’ playoff game against the Cincinnati Bengals. With less than two minutes to go in the half, Herron caught a pass from Andrew Luck and seemed poised to make a huge play until he got caught from behind by Darqueze Dennard.
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Dan Herron ran into the endzone on the Colts opening drive of their Wild Card Round game against the Bengals.
The touchdown by Herron came on a two yard run and was the first the Colts had scored all season on their opening possession. Prior to Herron’s touchdown the Colts last opening drive touchdown came a year ago in the playoffs against the Chiefs.
VINE – Daniel Herron...
After first making his mark on special teams, former Bengals back Dan Herron has seen his role grow in the Colts' running game.
Due to injuries and the struggles of Trent Richardson, the former Ohio State has emerged as the most consistent back for Indianapolis, who will host Cincinnati on Sunday in an AFC Wild Card weekend game.
Since Ahmad Bradshaw was injured in a Week 11 loss...
Finally the Colts appear to be moving away from the idea that Trent Richardson offers anything to the offense.
Dan Herron will start again in Sunday’s road game against the Browns and team sources have told ESPN’s Josina Anderson that he will have a big role in the Week 14 game in Cleveland.
Herron has hit the holes hard since being given the ball but has been held back by fumbles...
It’s all about speed.In a league that’s full of some of the fastest athletes on the planet, that split second of speed can make the difference between a one yard gain and a 40 yard one.That’s the main difference between Dan “Boom” Herron and Trent Richardson.Richardson has been a complete failure on the field for the Colts. This won’t be a Richardson bashing article,...
It wasn’t too long ago that NFL backfields seemed a bit less cluttered.
From Shaun Alexander (remember him?) to LaDainian Tomlinson, from Maurice Jones-Drew to Adrian Peterson, bell-cow backs once shouldered the load for their offenses — and your fantasy team — en route to monster numbers.
Of course, plenty of teams still operate with a featured back in today’s NFL. Yet...
The Indianapolis Colts lost an important conference game to the New England Patriots on Sunday, but that may not have been the worst thing that happened to Chuck Pagano’s team. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Ahmad Bradshaw suffered a broken ankle during the loss. The veteran running back was seen limping to the locker room...Read More
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Dan “Boom” Herron
To be dubbed with the nickname “Boom” there has to be some significant meaning to it. Running back Dan Herron has owned every bit of that nickname dating back to high school. It has been said that he runs with such deliberate power that he often lays the hit on the defenders trying to tackle him. The name “Boom” has stuck with him ever...