Another rough outing, which left a lot to be desired, Eric Foster's heart and attitude are needed more than ever. Few guys were able to do enough to warrant a spot on this list, but there were a few who didn't necessarily shine, but at least offered glimmers of hope for betters days down the road.
Here are the Eric Foster 'Keep Choppin' Players of the Week candidates:
Dan Orlovsky: 7-10 passing for 67 yards. Not much of a body of work, but when Orlovsky replaced Painter he supplied a much needed spark to the offense.
Donald Brown: 14 carriers for 53 yards. Again, not enough carriers to do much, but with a 3.8 yards per carry average it was another better than decent outing for Brown.
David Caldwell: 11 tackles (4 solo) A career high for the youngster out of William and Mary.
Jerraud Powers: 5 tackles (3 solo, 1 for a loss) 1 interception. Powers recorded his second INT in as many games revitalizing his season after a disappointing start.
Robert Mathis: 6 tackles (2 solo) 1 sack. Another sack for Mathis but that's about it.
Pat McAfee: 6 punts 246 yards (41 yard average) 2 punts inside the two. His success has more to do with the failings of the offense, but McAfee had another strong outing in a Pro Bowl season.
Who is the Indianapolis Colts Week 10 Eric Foster 'Keep Choppin' Player of the Week
Orlovsky (45 votes)
Brown (67 votes)
Caldwell (49 votes)
Powers (186 votes)
McAfee (296 votes)
643 total votes