Have a question about the Bucs? Tribune reporters Roy Cummings and Ira Kaufman will answer it. Send them a question. Q: Why don't the Bucs throw more to Dallas Clark?
- Elden Landolt, Livermore, Iowa
A: The Bucs expected more production out of Clark through four weeks. He has nine catches for 81 yards, but he hasn't scored and he hasn't been targeted very often by Josh Freeman in the first month. He isn't the Dallas Clark of 2006, but he still has reliable hands and he knows how to get open. After a bye week to reflect on their first four games, the Bucs hope to get Clark more involved in the offense as he builds a trust with Freeman.
- Ira Kaufman
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Bucs Q&A: Why isn't Clark used more in passing game?
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