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Colts’ Sanders Has Torn Biceps Tendon, Out Indefinitely

Colts safety Bob Sanders is out indefinitely with a torn biceps tendon, and could miss the entire season, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. This is a huge blow to the Colts.

Sanders is one of the best run stopping safeties in the league. While it’s bad news for the Colts, it’s great news for the Giants. This Sunday, the Giants have the chance to run wild on a depleted Colts defense. With Arian Foster running for 200+ yards last week against Indy, the combo of Bradshaw and Jacobs could easily surpass that.


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2 Responses to “Colts’ Sanders Has Torn Biceps Tendon, Out Indefinitely”

  1. Ed says:

    Gians were spotty last night but played a good second half. Looks like there is work to do on the o-line even though it was better in the second half.

    It’s only one game and a win so that is good. This week at Indy will be a huge test, needless to say.

  2. Jason C. says:

    I don’t know how responsible it is to say that the Giants can easily surpass 270 yards or whatever the Texans rushed for, can they get close to 200 perhaps, but even that’s doubtful, they haven’t proven they can run the ball in the past year or so.

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