So much for Vontae Davis getting the chance to play against the team he spent the past three seasons with, the Colts cornerback will sit out this weekends game against Miami. Davis injured his left knee in last weekends win over Tennessee and Interim Head Coach Bruce Arians says he is expected to miss a few weeks.

But, he wasn't the only causality tight end Coby Fleener is nursing a shoulder injury and is out for Sunday's match-up with the Dolphins. The rookie started all seven of the Colts games this season however that streak will come to end, he is also expected to miss a few weeks. In his absence tight end Dwayne Allen will be getting more targets, a role he is ready to embrace.

"Whenever I decided to leave for school it wasn't so I could become a back-up Tight End in the NFL. I felt as if I have the talents to be a starter in this league and with Fleener going down and more targets coming my way I'm defiantly more then prepared for it," said Allen.

"Dwayne's been great all year and I'm sure he'll rise up with Fleener out now for the week. He'll do a great job. He's done a great job all year and I know we can count on him in this locker room," said quarterback Andrew Luck.

Allen is certainly capable he's played alongside Fleener a number of times this season since the Colts often employ a two tight end set. Fleener has more receiving yards and catches however, its Allen that leads in the all important touchdown category, with two scores.