Clemens completed 20-of-35 passes for 210 yards and one touchdown against the Titans on Sunday. He did not throw an interception this time around, but he did lose a fumble in the fourth quarter which resulted in the game-winning touchdown for Tennessee on the very next play.
Clemens is more of a game manager than anything else and fantasy owners shouldn't be relying on him, even as a second quarterback in a two-QB league. He just doesn't have the arm or the receivers to do much in the way of a strong passing attack. He'll try to put a little something together next week when the Rams face the Colts, but their defense is holding the opposition to just 242 passing yards per game and have given up only 11 touchdowns through the air.
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