Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by BradfordPatsFan, Aug 29, 2009.
Let's all calm down until we have another reason to panic.
Good news. I wasn't too worried in the first place but this is reassuring.
Thanks for posting this link! Makes me feel better, that sounds reasonable... and it means Ocho Cinco is the man!
I wasn't either. He wasn't rolling around in pain on the field, or dangling the arm on the way off. He wasn't attended to by trainers, or seen in pain. He sat down, talked to other players, even threw the ball a bit. ONCE he rotated it a few times. No kidding. If 350 pounds of Haynesworth landed on me, I'd be doing the same thing.
But, since Belichick probably wasn't planning on playing Brady next week anyway, the local and national media will make this a story. By opening day, they'll be reporting amputation or something.
I was enjoying it when they were falling over each other to talk about Favre and Vick. Please, ESPN, go back to that and leave the Pats alone...
Great news.....now at least the BSPN miditos can stop saying the Pats are finished!!
Thanks for posting the link, was getting sick of the "Well I've had a torn rotator cuff/dislocated shoulder/sprained shoulder/sprained brain and he'll be fine (I think)" posts, just priceless, like any of that is going to make me feel better; "Well, if it happened to you and you were fine, man do I feel better now......................"
6' 6", 350 pounds; what a fat tub of goo that guy is, when he takes a smash, it's probably as big as Mike Reiss..............
That won't stop them
The only ones panicking were the people on this site. ESPN hasn't been playing this up at all.
That's a first, in regards to ESPN that is....
Didn't Ocho tell us this last night? :singing:
Ocho+Anonymous Source=Good enough for me!
Two things :
1) I was worried... not afraid to admit it. I still am - until he takes the first snap VS Buffalo.
2) I miss ESPN. Every since my less-than-legal dish went down, I can't get it. Sure, they carry lotsa weirdos on the network, but they do talk football a great deal. Here in Canada, I've needed to listen to more than my fair share of NHL coverage this summer.
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