Colts' safeties small in stature, not impact
Young safeties Bob Sanders and Mike Doss are as big a part of the Colts' defense as the frenetic front four.
The biggest impact they've made has been in run support. They both fly to the ball and can tackle extremely well in the open field. The most unusual thing about them, though, is their size. Typical run-stuffing safeties are bigger bodies, like Donovin Darius (6-foot-1, 225 pounds) and Roy Williams (6-0, 226), but these guys are relatively small. Doss is only 5-10, 207, and Sanders is only 5-8 and 206.
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