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- Colts Still Hoping that Bob Sanders Will Play

Chris Pokorny January 3, 2007
Chris Pokorny
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The Indianapolis Colts will need all the help they can get to try and stop Larry Johnson this Saturday in the first game of the postseason, and they may get it with the return of Bob Sanders. The Colts safety expects to play against the Chiefs, after being out several weeks this season with an injured knee. He feels that his knee is much better now, and he plans to practice all week.

"I feel good," he said. "This whole week has been making sure I'm able to strengthen it (the knee), and as long as I can do that, I should be OK."

Colts head coach Tony Dungy had been optimistic every week before the regular season ended that Sanders would be able to return sooner. However, that never happened, as Sanders was on the inactive list for all of those games. The Colts are giving up an average of 5.3 yards per carry, something that Johnson hopes to feast on this Saturday. One player doesn't sound like a lot, but Sanders could be the difference between the Colts allowing a simple six-yard gain compared to a breakaway 50-yard touchdown.

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