Colts' Sanders won't play against Denver

Colts' Sanders won't play against Denver

There are 9 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Oct 28, 2006, titled Colts' Sanders won't play against Denver. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

The Indianapolis Colts will be without Bob Sanders when they meet the Denver Broncos Sunday at Invesco Field at Mile High.

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Russell

Indianapolis, IN

#1 Oct 28, 2006
no surprise...this colts defense has been very soft and vulnerable to injuries. dont believe me? pay close attention to the defense, especially the secondary. the day after the game or a big hit, our whole secondary is listed as doubtful with a "sore shoulder" or something. its not that our defense is bad, its the fact that they dont have much chemistry going. thats because every time a bum makes a tackle, hes out for at least two weeks.
The BABE

Australia

#2 Oct 28, 2006
i don't like it when i can't watch the colts games on t.v. in Az on SUNDAYS.
Jay

Indianapolis, IN

#3 Oct 28, 2006
maybe someday if we get a healthy team we just might have a defense, these injuries are killing us...why cant we bring some D in after losing doss???
Adam

Loveland, CO

#4 Oct 28, 2006
I have to wonder if something is up with the Colts conditioning program ... way too many injuries in both the preseason and regular season. Come on Mr Polian what's up? Maybe you can answer me at the game tomorrow, since Ill be there!
Broncos007

United States

#5 Oct 28, 2006
Ha Ha, your two starting safties are out!!

Good luck stoping THE RUN and mike's PLAY ACTION!!

Please realize Colts' fans, You HAD YOUR WAY WITH US IN THE PAST

NOW IT IS OUR TURN!!!!!

BRONCOS 24 COLTS 14
goooo

Charlotte, NC

#6 Oct 28, 2006
Bob Sanders is the jamal tinsley of the colts.
jctom3

Lansing, MI

#7 Oct 29, 2006
Bob Sanders is injury prone and the Colts realize this when they drafted him. He tries to hit hard but he ends up hurting himself because he is a small DB. Marlin Jackson will do a better job in the seconday because of his size.
Gary Watkins

Indianapolis, IN

#8 Oct 29, 2006
If the Colts' offense can't maintain a steady force against a midiocre (at best) team as Denver, their play-off hopes will be dashed. Sander's injury, as unfortunate as it is, should not be a factor. As always in the NFL, the rest of the team will have to "step up".
jctom3

Lansing, MI

#9 Oct 30, 2006
Broncos007 wrote:
Ha Ha, your two starting safties are out!!
Good luck stoping THE RUN and mike's PLAY ACTION!!
Please realize Colts' fans, You HAD YOUR WAY WITH US IN THE PAST
NOW IT IS OUR TURN!!!!!
BRONCOS 24 COLTS 14
I hope you are eating your words from your statement about the Colts. You gave your best shot and you still lost.

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