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Bills CB Ashton Youboty expected to miss game vs Pats

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    1. What is a planter fasciitis?
    2. What is a Youboty?
    3. Moss' performance (IMO) is more dependant on Cassell & the gameplan than it is on the opponent's defense.
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    If they play him the same Indy did, we'll have no problem beating that ass. I don't think they'll be as focused at containing Moss. Indy constantly had a safety deep waiting.
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    The Bills look to be missing Youboty, Schobel, and Whitner this Sunday. That is three of their best defensive players.
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    Plantar fasciatis is a foot problem, related to a tight achilles tendon. There's a wide tendon, a fascia, on the bottom of your heel. It connects up the back of your heel to the achilles - a tight achilles pulls on it, and makes it really hurt and limits your flexibility. In short, a very sore heel.

    I thought Youboty was the third CB behind McGee and Greer. Is he really one of their top defenders?
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    Well, the Colts also had so-called inexpereinced CBs covering our WRs, yet see what they did with their safety and schemes that effectively prevented JM/MC from taking any aeiral shots for most part of the game.

    I am drinking the kool-aid that our schemes will be whatever required to win the game given what the opponents present on the game day. Maybe Moss is also drinking the same kool-aid, which is why he will never mouth off like TO in spite of not catching many balls. :cool:
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    And we're missing Tom Brady, Morris and Jordan. That is three of our best offensive players.

    Should be a good game :)
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    Our defense is beginning to look like swiss cheese. Hopefully the offense can strike early and often. They have something to prove after the last two weeks.
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    I suffer from Plantar Fasciatis and in extreme cases the ligament can begin to tear and can also lead to the development of bone spurs in the heel. In very extreme cases it requires surgery to correct. Typically if the condition exists in 1 foot it will develop in the other.

    It is very painful and is a common injury for runners.
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    Thing is, I don't think you can safely count Matt out even if you get the lead. The most pressured he's looked since early on was in the last quarter with a minute left and no Time Outs.

    We can no longer honestly count Cassel a liability. The Bill will have to look elsewhere for ways to cause mistakes or stop us from scoring.
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    what??????
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    If the condition exist in the left foot then it is common for the the condition to develop in the right foot or vice versa.
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    he's a good nickel back. not sure if that counts as a top defender...
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    Absolutely. Happened to my wife this year, unfortunately.
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    UPDATE: Gone for the year. Placed on IR.
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    All Bills fan ballbusting aside, I hate the injury factor in the NFL. Hated to see Rthlebrgr hurt, hated when Carson Palmer got banged for the playoffs and hated to think that Peyton mighta missed this season. Those guys are WHY the games are so freakin great to watch.
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