Sanders a Player with Plenty of Pressure Entering 2010

Yahoo! Sports has a list of players and teams under pressure as they enter training camp of the 2010 season, and one of the players on the list is the Colts Bob Sanders. Here is what the article says about the Colts safety:

The idea of Sanders being healthy for an entire season (let alone 10 games) is so absurd that you’d get better odds in Vegas that Glenn Beck will vote for Barack Obama in the next election. In fact, there are even concerns that his playing career is over. In six seasons, Sanders has missed at least 10 regular-season games four times. Over the past two seasons, he has played in eight of 32 regular-season games. Over his entire career, he has missed more games (49) than he has played (47). That said, he remains one of the keys to the Colts defense even if the team made it to the Super Bowl last year without him. Sanders is primarily a run defender, but he’s so good at it that he allows other guys to focus on the pass. His presence would have significantly changed the way the Colts had played against the Saints in February. Then again, that’s based on limited info because Sanders’ is so limited.


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