Colts Start Slow But Dominate Jaguars in Nice Rebound Win

This was not the prettiest of wins for the Colts. Most people expected a blowout, so when you find out that it's a 6-3 halftime lead, you're going to be disappointed.The Colts started out very slowly with a terrible performance from the offense. Andrew Luck was uncomfortable for the entire first half and made few plays. The running game never really got going in the first half, however...
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14 hours ago  |  Discuss

Fantasy Football: Dan Herron Among Week 13 Waiver Wire Pickups

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...
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

Colts could ride Dan Herron today, inactives against Jaguars

Getty Images With Ahmad Bradshaw done for the season the backfield in Indianapolis has even more questions. Trent Richardson continues to disappoint following a trade last year as the Colts attempted to claim Ben Tate off waivers earlier this week to replace him. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported on Sunday NFL Countdown that the Colts could increase the plays of Dan Herron going...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Fantasy Football: 5 Sleeper Picks for Week 12

If you are in the need of adding additional strength to your Week 12 fantasy football lineup, check out five sleepers who have the opportunity to reward better-than-average fantasy points for your team this week. 1. Josh McCown, Quarterback, Tampa Bay Buccaneers McCown has increased in fantasy value partly due to the incredible connection he and rookie wide receiver Mike Evans have...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Herron Promoted To Number 2 RB On Colts Depth Chart

With the injury to Ahmad Bradshaw, Dan Herron moves up to the No. 2 running back spot behind Trent Richardson.Fantasy Spin:Considering how disappointing Richardson continues to be, don't be surprised if Herron gets up to 10 touches a game.
Via Fantasy Football Champs
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Dan Herron fantasy – Ahmad Bradshaw suffers ankle injury

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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8 days ago  |  Discuss

Players Fighting for a Roster Spot vs the Bengals

The Indianapolis Colts will be playing against the Cincinnati Bengals in the final game of the preseason. Which players have legitimate chances of making the roster and will need to have great game to earn that spot.Zurlon Tipton -- Running BackIt's impossible for Tipton to overtake Dan Herron on the depth chart at this point in the preseason, but Tipton can still fight for a...
Via Everything Colts
August 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Colts Rising and Falling: Preseason Week 3

The Colts’ loss to New Orleans in Week 3 was a bit disappointing, on many levels, but it’s only a preseason game. No matter the score, no matter the initial eye test, there are positives and negatives to be taken out of every game, and the preseason embodies that even more. Risers Zach Kerr Once again, the undrafted free agent from the University of Delaware was a force in the...
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August 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Saints Game One to Forget for Colts

The third preseason game is where the starters get the most time and it best represents how the team looks. If this is an indicator of how the Indianapolis Colts will play this season, the fans and the coaches should be scared. The starters looked weak. The offense took awhile before it got on track and they never got the running game going until Dan Herron and the backups came in...
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August 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Colts-Saints Recap

 In what was the exact opposite of last week’s performance, the Colts’ starters were sloppy whereas the backups looked sharp and nearly lead a comeback. The third preseason game is where the starters get the most time and it best represents how the team looks. If this is an indicator of how the Colts will play this season, the fans and the coaches should be scared. The starters...
Via Everything Colts
August 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Preseason Recap and Observations: Colts 17, Saints 23

Follow @MarcusDugan The big third preseason game. Why is the third preseason game a big deal? Is it because it’s the most similar to regular season action in that the starters play the longest, or is it because we all yearn for a football game that actually means something? In starter versus starter action, the Colts struggled on defense and looked discombobulated at times on offense...
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August 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Quick Hits: Five Things to Watch in Colts vs. Giants

I’m currently working on a Dan Herron film review for Friday, but since that wasn’t quite done, I wanted to throw a quick list of things together of things I’ll be watching in the Colts/Giants preseason matchup this Saturday. We’ll have more comprehensive preseason review next week, but a busy week for my personal life pushed some of our stuff back this week. In the meantime...
Via The Colts Authority
August 14, 2014  |  Discuss

What we Learned from Colts Training Camp 2014

The Indianapolis Colts wrapped up training camp this Wednesday after three weeks at Anderson University. I was personally in attendance for several of their practices and have come away with an idea of some of the things we will see this year.With just one preseason game (a loss to the New York Jets last Thursday) under their belt, there is still plenty to be decided and worked out...
Via Pro Football Spot
August 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Boys Making Noise in the Preseason

Every year, players dominate the preseason, but rarely do they make an impact in fantasy land. However, with so many teams running with a committee in the backfield and holding on to those extra receivers to spread the field, some of these guys might actually be able to help during the regular season.Click to see NFL Preseason HighlightsQuarterbacksBlake Bortles - The #3 overall...
Via We Talk Fantasy Sports
August 11, 2014  |  Discuss

NFL Stock Watch: Dan “Boom” Herron

NFL Stock Watch 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...
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August 09, 2014  |  Discuss

First Unofficial Colts Depth Chart Released

With their first preseason game coming on Thursday against the New York Jets, the Colts have released their first unofficial depth chart as a part of their pre-game press release. Per the release: Not many surprises here, based on how the team has distributed snaps during training camp. Just two things stuck out to me: Donte Moncrief as the starting kick returner. Moncrief didn’t...
Via The Colts Authority
August 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Colts Positional Preview: Running Backs

Current Depth Chart:Starter – Trent RichardsonBackup – Vick Ballard3rd String – Ahmad Bradshaw4th String – Chris Rainey5th String – Dan Herron6th String – Zurlon TiptonTrent RichardsonTrent Richardson received a lot of flack in his short stint with the Colts. He was a disappointment last season, but the Colts traded for his potential and he has a lot of it. Richardson...
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July 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Colts Positional Preview: Running Backs

 As training camp approaches, Andrew Aziz breaks down each position group, outlining the players, the battles and gives each group a grade. The running back spot has many quality players all vying for the top spot, but who is the best man for the job and are there any unknown players that can make their way onto the roster? Current Depth Chart:Starter – Trent RichardsonBackup...
Via Everything Colts
July 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Ohio State Player Profile – Bri’onte Dunn

The running back position at Ohio State has been a question mark at the beginning of the season for three straight openers now in Columbus. Before the 2011 football season began, the Buckeyes were already without their projected starting running back in Dan Herron, who had been suspended due to “tattoo gate” and backup Jordan Hall had also been suspended in an unrelated incident...
Via Buckeye Empire
July 31, 2013  |  Discuss

Bengals cut RB Herron

Former Ohio State running back Dan Herron was among 18 players waived by the Cincinnati Bengals on Friday night to get down to the 53-man roster limit. The sixth-round draft pick averaged only 1.7 yards per carry in the preseason. He ran 15 times for 29 yards during the final preseason game at Indianapolis on Thursday night. The most experienced player waived was linebacker Roddrick...
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August 31, 2012  |  Discuss

Hyde to seek yards in new Buckeyes attack

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- Ohio State's top back the past two seasons, Dan Herron, graduated. His heir apparent, Jordan Hall, is still recuperating after a quirky midsummer mishap. With the days dwindling until the 18th-ranked Buckeyes' opener against Miami (Ohio), coach Urban Meyer is hoping that he has a worthy replacement ready. "I think Carlos Hyde is (the) guy,"...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
August 21, 2012  |  Discuss

Hyde to seek yards in new Buckeyes attack

No. 18 Ohio State's top back the past two seasons, Dan Herron, has graduated. His heir apparent, Jordan Hall, is still recuperating after cutting a tendon in his foot. With the days dwindling until the Buckeyes' opener against Miami (Ohio), coach Urban Meyer is hoping that he has a worthy replacement. Carlos Hyde, who started early last year but then saw his playing time...
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August 20, 2012  |  Discuss

Seven former Buckeyes are heading to NFL

Former Ohio State running back Dan Herron was a sixth round selection by the Cincinnati Bengals. (File Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images) The three-day extravaganza known as the 2012 NFL Draft concluded on Saturday with four former Ohio State players being selected among the 253 during the seven rounds while three others signed as undrafted free agents following the draft. All...
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April 30, 2012  |  Discuss
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