After Pat Angerer went down during the preseason with a fractured bone in his foot, the Colts' community let out a collective groan. Angerer had a very nice sophomore season in 2011, one of the few bright spots on the team, and most Colts fans were excited to see him get another season under his belt in 2011.
The Colts linebacker group was already thin with a season-ending ACL tear for linebacker A.J. Edds, and weren't helped by Scott Lutrus season ending injury during week one of the preseason either.
However, the Colts have not looked to be weak at the inside linebacker spot thus far, in fact, the combination of Kavell Conner and ex-CFLer Jerrell Freeman has looked very effective so far in this short season.
Freeman has been a player that has been exciting us since the preseason, and he's exceeded expectations in place of Pat Angerer. After his 13 tackle and strip-sack performance against the Vikings, some even questioned whether Angerer's starting spot was in danger. While ...