Head coach Tony Dungy gave Bob Sanders his nickname "The Eraser", and few will dispute that it is entirely appropriate. With a defense designed to funnel ball-carriers towards Sanders he has erased players and possible big gains with bone-jarring hits and remarkable speed. The downside to these hits is it results in Sanders himself getting banged up, but his lack of presence thus far this season shouldn't have fans worried. While Sanders will be returning soon, you probably won't see him when the Colts take on the Bears August 20th. When will he return? The answer is soon, get the full scoop by clicking here!
Another D-lineman who made the most of his first game was Jeff Charleston. After briefly serving on the Houston Texans' practice squad last season, Charleston was picked up by the Colts, but hasn't seen any playing time until this year. While he has flown under the radar thus far in his career, he has meshed very well into the Colts' defensive scheme and he's drawing the attention of coaches. Click here for a recap on his contributions in the Dallas game and see how he making the most of his new opportunity!