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IMO It behooves Aaron Hernandez to sit out another week. (NOT OT)

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  1. TheSolderKing

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    Knee injuries are NO joke. He sprained his MCL and should we jeopardize losing him for many more weeks or perhaps the entire season if we bring him back too early. I say Hernandez should be out until the JESTS game and him missing this Sunday would give him another week to better his injury through rest. Most injuries happen b/c there is an imbalance between muscle muscle groups. Aaron's knee is not 100% and I do not trust him back too early w/ his muscle and ligament imbalance between both legs. Give the MCL more time to heal.:cool:


    what do you think??? Activate him or Rest him up??? The Latter option is dumb imo

    RESTING him is in the organizations best interest and the players best interest
     
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    Thank you Dr solder king. I'm sure the pats medical staff will take your expert medical opinion into serious consideration.
     
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    Don't you mean the former option?

    I agree with resting him. Remember Mayo came back too soon from an MCL injury in '09 and it ruined his season? I would gladly sacrifice 1-2 extra games missed now to make sure Hernandez is fully effective later on when it matters.
     
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    it is commonsense


    injuries are more likely to happen w/ an imbalance between muscle groups


    I bet you 1k he is out... the PATS aren't stupid
     
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    Exactly, I trust them to make the right decision....they know better than any of us.
     
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    1. You don't know how serious the injury was.
    2. You don't know how he has responded to treatment.

    If he is in there, then he has been cleared by the Pats medical staff.
     
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    I recall reading you are in your mid 20's...I find that hard to believe based on your juvenile posts and worse yet practice squad threads.
     
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    you are ABSOLUTELY CLUELESS knee injuries severe or minor are NOT to be tested w/o an extended period off a couple of weeks is hardly enough time.

    I am no Dr. but I did stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night


    COMMON sense states you are WRONG on all accounts :eek:
     
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    If he is ready,he will play

    If he is not,he will sit

    I leave it all in the hands of the experienced medical personnel on the Patriots to decide and for the team to adjust on the field to whatever decision is made.
     
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    How is this "Practice Squad" material??? it is about a KEY player that needs 1 more week off. You are oblivious to knee injuries:bricks:
     
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    In the English language, you just contradicted yourself here.
    Apologies if English is your 2nd or 3rd language.

    I defer to your extensive medical credentials.
     
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    Knee injuries heal at different rates, depending upon the type of injury, the severity of the injury, and the healing rate of the injured person. Some knee injuries end up with players out for more than a year, while some end up with players being fine less than a week later. I'm sorry, but you just don't seem to know what the hell you're talking about on this.
     
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    Plagarism ! man you stole this from my other thread :eek:

    now cough up the royalty & credits ;)
     
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    I was referring to the post before this 1 when I made that comment. (NOT contradicting):rolleyes:
     
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    I used this at least 3 times since I became a member
     
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    Astounding. You cannot even read what you write! See color in post #11

    Why am I NOT surprised at this?
     
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    If he can play with a limp and some pain sure stick em in there, it's football. Man-up.:p

    Sounds risky, BB will make the call following evaluation.:cool:

    Go Pats!!!
     
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    it was a typo i see it now I read entire thing...


    for some reason i put in "dumb"
     
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    Common sense states that you have no reading comprehension. The poster you quoted was correct on both points.

    You don't know how bad the sprain was and you don't know how he responded to the treatment he received.

    What in his post makes you think he is clueless about knee injuries? They vary in severity and length of recovery. The Patriots coaching staff knows a lot more about this than you do so stop asking us if we should hold him out, it is not our choice and he will play when he is ready.

    Stop posting your nonsense as fact, you post like a child who thinks you're right about everything and believe every little thing you read.
     
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    I did not read my sentence fully after I typed it. Relax I admitted I made a mistake and was WRONG

    it was a typo... I probably had 2 thoughts at once in how to approach my response and put the wrong word in
     
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