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More important than the W, are the injuries serious?

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    Usually our backfield doesn't get injured all at once until the Superbowl.

    From what I saw Colvin may be the most serious and a back injury is never good (Randall Gay). Hobbs is pretty tough, seeing him leave the game is not a good sign.

    Any word on the extent of these injuries?

    I know, I know, the Wednesday injury report will describe in great detail the exact health of every player but feel free to post any rumors or guesses here.
     
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    Sore leg. Sore foot. Sore back. Day to day. What more do you need to know?
     
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    Everything.

    But we won't get it.
     
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    That's my point. ;) It's amazing how some NFL coaches go into exhaustive detail on injuries. But even though BB's approach is frustrating to fans, I can see how it helps to keep opponents guessing.
     
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