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  1. cblesz

    cblesz Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

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    How long does it take to heal a freaking hamstring? Gonna have to start referring to him as "she". It's a bit ridiculous. At this pace, Rodney will be back before him...
     
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    depends on the severity. Some players never fully recover during the season. Running full-tilt in the cold weather doesn't help much either. I would bet that the Pats are taking thier time with Geno to make sure he comes back 100% instead of re-injuring a Hami during the season.
     
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    Obviously at least this long. Maybe he tore it, smartie.
     
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    how long did it take for CJ?


    Hamstrings are just like any other part of body..they can get really damaged
     
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    Shut the **** up. You dont have a clue what your talking about when it comes to injury. I'm sick of the idiots being smart asses and taking shots at players who are injured. I want Wilson back when he is healthy I want him back during the post season because quite frankly our secondary sucks right now.

    Don't be an tard like JR4 who made up the brilliant name Chad "Bethel" Jackson.

    I just so happen to have more faith in our trainers than some of the idiots on this forum. I said this to someone a few days ago. I'd love to see you go out and badly injure your hammy. Who's the she then?
     
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    You shut the F&*K up. I am simply asking a freaking question and trying to guage the severity. If it is torn, then he should be done for the year. Oh, Kdo5...Idiot? maybe you ought to not call people idiots when you know nothing about them or their education....jackass. You're Mom just told you to go to bed, you got to get up for school tomorrow.
     
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    well if your just asking..why are you technically calling him a *****?

    no one will ever know severity because the way BB treats injuries
     
  8. cblesz

    cblesz Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

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    Whatever, Forget I asked...his leg must have fallen off. Heaven forbid anyone question someone's injury.
     
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    Yeah, ask a question. But don't try to get in a shot at a player who I am sure is a hell of a lot tougher than you, I and most people on this forum.
     
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    I guess the big questions is...... Is corey dillon playing dinged up alot or has he aged rapidly and never really recovered from last year?
     
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    Right
    3 TDs and clutch runs when we needed them
    Cut his aged ass
     
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    Clearly dinged up a lot but hasnt had a severe injury this season has he, or a bad one?
     
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    I concur.:D
     
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    Not that we know of, but you have to wonder if they'll bring him back next year. He looked very slow today, despite the 3 tds.
     
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    Battling a shoulder problem all year I believe.

    To discuss the types of injuries these guys play with every week is absurd. Most of these "tough guy " posters would go on disability and move to the beach with half of it.
     
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    When you're talking about players playing a violent game with bad knees, elbows, shoulders etc. and you're not doing anything more strenuous than reaching for the potato chips, it gets real old.

    When you get a job as a trainer, let me know.

    Until then, I can guarantee neither you nor I know a damn thing about any of the injuries, so I choose not to pretend I do.
     
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    I never said cut him.....did I?

    But look at his yardage today... I think it was under 30 yards. Now you can blame it on play calliing, the line, ro some other reason.

    He's clearly turning into Jerome Bettis or last year.

    How many years do you think he has left?
     
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    He's got a few used with Lawrence Maroney IMO. Why complain about the best of both worlds? I think Dillon is as good a short yardage back as there is and Maroney looks great.

    Ask Joseph Addai how about getting those "tough yards". Not like the glamorous runs when they're all spread out.
     
  19. cblesz

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    Hey Ray Clay...There you go. I knew it was a matter of time before someone put their foot in their mouth. You know nothing about me, do you? And yet you question my knowledge about medicine? Maybe, just maybe I am a surgeon...you ever think about that?
     
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    From my observations right or wrong, it just seems he has aged very quickly. Almost like Eddie George at the end.

    I also am theorizing that this may be a contributor to his fumbling because he is not at nimble as he used to be.

    Last year he used to turn his back to the oncoming defender and take the hit that way.

    I hope I'm wrong.
     

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