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    ... and the hits keep coming. He's easily our best STs player. Now I'm glad we kept Coles.
     
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    Reading the title of this thread, my initial response was ...


    Of course he does.

    Sigh.
     
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    The Patriots must truly have the most inept strength and conditioning coaches in the league. Really embarrassing.
     
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    The good news is that Slater plays a position where he could play with a broken hand. He will still probably miss a week or two, but it isn't a six week type of thing like Vereen.
     
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    Re: Re: Slater has broken hand

    What does that have to do with breaking a bone? Do you think he broke his hand because he's out of shape?
     
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    It's not a comment about just him, but it just seems that there is a lack of strength and/or durability present on this team right now.
     
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    If it was a bone is foot I'd be a lot more worried. I think it gets casted and he is out there Sunday
     
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    Fire BB, he never hired a coach that teaches players not to break bones!
     
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    Asinine statement. It's football, injuries happen.
     
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    I saw in redskins game one of the DL was wearing a big cast kind of thingy on his right hand. It almost looked like a boxing glove :eek:
     
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    That's the problem. The S&C coach isn't making them drink enough milk :rolleyes:
     
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    Barry Cofield, it looks ridiculous and I'm surprised they allow him to play with essentially a weapon:

    Barry Cofield?s club hand
     
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    And what's even worse is that we should have that player on our team as a current DT, and backup position to Wilfork. ;)

    Cofield had potential, but unfortunately we let him go.
     
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    Is there any reason why he can't just play with a cast? Slater already has some of the worst hands I've ever seen, so I'm not even sure what he loses.
     
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    Now that Slater is hurt, our WR corps is really going to take a dive.
     
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    What use would his straight line speed be IF he cannot use his hand or hands to Tackle? I smell IR here. I was wrong about Slater I really appreciate his ST's play.
     
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    How do you strengthen the bones in your hand?
     
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    you grow an exoskeleton, of course

    but we have totally subpar evolutionary genetics coaches. All of our genetic alterations are for crap.
     

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