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Old 11-19-2006, 07:44 PM   #16
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imagine the ironry if TO was still there, getting passes from his former gay QB...
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Old 11-19-2006, 11:47 PM   #17
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damnit... he was on my money fantasy team...


I hope phillip rivers can pull out my season for me!
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Old 11-19-2006, 11:49 PM   #18
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damnit... he was on my money fantasy team...


I hope phillip rivers can pull out my season for me!
Rivers is a pretty damn good backup to have, I wouldn't sweat too much if I were you.
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Old 11-19-2006, 11:50 PM   #19
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While I feel bad for McNabb and the Eagles players, I feel no remorse for any misery brought upon the Eagles' fans. Couldn't have happened to a better group.
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Old 11-20-2006, 12:00 AM   #20
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Torn ACL this late in the year not only does McNabb in for this year but also next year. I would not expect McNabb to be ready and effective until December next year.
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Old 11-20-2006, 12:00 AM   #21
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While I feel bad for McNabb and the Eagles players, I feel no remorse for any misery brought upon the Eagles' fans. Couldn't have happened to a better group.
Man, at the bar EEich and I went to watch the Skins game, the guys sitting at the table next to us were all Eagles fans. Here's sampling of the kind of stuff they were saying after a McNabb interception.

"What the f*** was that? F***ing piece of f****ing sh*t. What a f****king joke. They should all be f****ing shot. F****ing take them out into the parking lot and f***ing shoot the motherf***ers. And shoot the f****ing refs too. F***ing pieces of sh*ts. And f*** Andy Reid. F***ing shoot him then shoot him again. F***. "
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Old 11-20-2006, 12:01 AM   #22
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Torn ACL this late in the year not only does McNabb in for this year but also next year. I would not expect McNabb to be ready and effective until December next year.
They say 8-12 months from what I heard. I mean Culpepper tore his around this time last year (might have been early November) and he's definitely not healthy yet.
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Torn ACL this late in the year not only does McNabb in for this year but also next year. I would not expect McNabb to be ready and effective until December next year.
8 or 9 months is the typical window for recovery. I would expect him to be ready for the season no problem.
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Old 11-20-2006, 12:06 AM   #24
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I do feel bad for mcnabb, but he'll probably rest pretty comfortably on his mattres stuffed with money while he gets better. I have a friend who's an electrician with 2 kids (his wife is a teacher... incredibly underpaid) who just tore his knee all to shit and cant work. That guy, I feel bad for. He cant work and his pay gets cut tremendously because of disability....
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8 or 9 months is the typical window for recovery. I would expect him to be ready for the season no problem.
He should be ready but they say an ACL injury takes about two years to fully recover. McNabb is a hard worker though and will be back.
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8 or 9 months is the typical window for recovery. I would expect him to be ready for the season no problem.

He'll be ready by the opener and will all be deluged with teary-eyed SportCenter features about how much courage and fortitude it took for him to make this amazing recovery. (Pam Oliver: Was there ever a time when you thought you might not be able to play again?) It's the same story they do on Donovan every year. Rush Limbaugh was mean to him. T.O was mean to him. He's always overcoming something that is peripheral to the actual game. I'm sorry for his pain, but the media's bizarre treatment of him is just... bizarre. Do a story about someone else. Anyone else.
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Man, at the bar EEich and I went to watch the Skins game, the guys sitting at the table next to us were all Eagles fans. Here's sampling of the kind of stuff they were saying after a McNabb interception.

"What the f*** was that? F***ing piece of f****ing sh*t. What a f****king joke. They should all be f****ing shot. F****ing take them out into the parking lot and f***ing shoot the motherf***ers. And shoot the f****ing refs too. F***ing pieces of sh*ts. And f*** Andy Reid. F***ing shoot him then shoot him again. F***. "
And people say that Eagles fans are inarticulate idiots.
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Old 11-20-2006, 01:14 AM   #28
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I question in sports today if atheletes arent rushed back from injury and doing too much before they're ready. I've seen a lot of repeat injuries, and even more injuries where a player is never the same. I have a feeling clubs/trainers arent exactly patient with these guys, it doesnt get as strong as it could be, and causes problems such as this.
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8 or 9 months is the typical window for recovery. I would expect him to be ready for the season no problem.
Ready and effective is what I said. And 8-9 months is not the typical window for recovery. A year is typical and even if he heals at a miraculous pace--and is ready in 9 months--his effectiveness will suffer. For every Carson Palmer, there are many more Dante Culpeppers or Ahman Greens or Trent Greens, in the world of knee repair...
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The Cowboys deserve to win the division. And hope they do - the defense was awesome against Indy.

I know we're supposed to hate the Cowboys, but the team I really loathe is the Giants.

Let me get this right, you want the F*ck'N Cowboys to win the division? Dude r u sure you are a Skins fan???????
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