Can Bob Sanders Re-Establish Himself As the Leader Next Year?

May 28, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Indianapolis Colts are looking to rock on the defensive side of the ball this season.
We all know how they work and roll on the offense. Now the defense looks like they are ready for something.
With a good defensive line, including the defensive end monster attack in Robert Mathis; and a good linebacking corps, led by Gary Brackett and the two key playmakers in Phillip Wheeler and Clint Session; the Colts may be a different team.
The cornerbacks are good, too.
Don't let Jacob Lacey's and Jerraud Powers' experience in the league so far fool you, because they fooled a lot of the receivers last year like that.
And we all know how good Antoine Bethea is, so there is no point going into a novel-type explanation of the free safety.
Now how about Melvin Bullitt?
He's come up big for the last two seasons when Bob Sanders was out, and this may force Sanders to lose his job.
This season, probably at training camp, things are going to be different.

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