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  1. Bobs My Uncle

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    As best as I could tell we didn't suffer any bad hurts this game.

    Has anyone else heard otherwise?
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    Nope, having Wilfork, Faulk & Watson back is a huge lift.
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    If anyone has a tape of the game:

    After Dillon's final carry of the day, it looked like he had a very pained expression on the sideline while still wearing his helmet.

    Simms said that BB high fived him coming off the field, but the look on CD's face said anguish (or that he was overcome by emotion or fatigue).

    Did anyone else see this?
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    I caught that too. Hopefully it won't be anything too serious.

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    Doesn't Corey always have a pained look on his face?
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    Ha! I know what you mean, but this one was definitely a far different degree.
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    If we are getting Rodney the man back, then our team is vertually injury free, right?
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    Other than the 14 guys on the IR, yes.

    In the meantime, I was very heartened to see Kevin Faulk moving effortlessly on his hurt knee today. i was very concerned since he hasn't played in the past few weeks. He was immense.

    When CD, LoMo and KFaulk are all healthy the Pats O is like a baseball pitcher with a killer fastball, slider and curve.
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    Well, except for the players on IR, and the fact that Harrison, Jackson and perhaps Dillon are not at 100%. But your point is well taken, our inactives will be healthy inactives. We will play our best 46.

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    Well, of course the players on IR ;-). The hard part about figureing out whos ready to go come gametime is how BB does his injury list - it seems like everyone is Questionable or Probable every week
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    I saw that too. If anyone hears anything about Corey possibly being dinged in the local media please post here. Thanks.
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    Sometimes I think our training staff is horrible during training camp & preseason, then kicks a-- in the late season pickups and onward.
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    I'll check the tape tomorrow morning.
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    I think almost all probables and questionables play in the playoffs. The injury reporting games and saving players are both over.
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    I'm fine, thanks for asking. Will be over the hangover induced by tonight's behavior by then, I'm sure.

    How's everyone else out there?
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    Dillon has a bum left shoulder.

    He's been favoring it especially on runs to the right as he will not lay a lick on closing defenders with it

    To his credit he sucks it up and is running hard. Maroney is still dinged too but keeps playing.

    On another note my man Marquise Hill sat out another big game with "Undisclosed injuries". When last seen he was partying with Lobel.
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    Bench splinters lodged in the glutteus maximus.

    Rumor has it that Marquise Hill is the first NFL player in history to be a telecommuter. Who says that technology ain't great?
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    I didn't see anything about Hill's injuries. They really don't matter. He'd be inactive in any case. He is our #7 DL, and not a big contributer on special teams. And yes, a case of splinteritis is probably his injury.

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    Amazing we have 15 guys on IR, but the Team still seems complete anyways.

    I think we could certainly use Seau, Geno, Randy, Tebuckey, Gardner, Davis, yada yada yada...

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