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Old 11-20-2006, 10:24 AM   #31
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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...
Basically it all depends on how bad the injury is. Culpepper shredded his entire knee last year and had no business being on the field week 1, the Dolphins effed that situation up pretty bad.

Of course McNabb's effectiveness will suffer next year, but in all likelihood he will have no problem being ready for the start of the season.
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Old 11-20-2006, 11:58 AM   #32
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The NFC East has had some serious BAD LUCK this year....
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Old 11-20-2006, 12:03 PM   #33
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Redskins - Portis.
Eagles - McNabb.
Giants - Their entire team.

And look at what assholes have escaped the injury bug this year. Ugh. It honestly makes me want to vomit. And I try to not care about sports that much, but why does a team with a bunch of assholes have to be good. Sometimes I feel like karma or something is gang-raping me in a prison shower. Like, why can't they just suck and we be good for a change? But no, instead they beat the previously undefeated Colts, possibly have their franchise QB and a young defense that'll be good for years to come even if the offense won't. Fuck.
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Old 11-20-2006, 12:05 PM   #34
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Yeah, and who beat the undefeated COLTS??? Vomit, vomit, vomit!!!

Thank you God for the win against the Cowgirls this year!!
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Old 11-20-2006, 12:06 PM   #35
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now we might win another game in the division YAYYYYYYYYY
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Old 11-20-2006, 12:07 PM   #36
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If we're lucky. We're letting people like Gradcowski light us up, why not Detmer or Garcia or whoever it is? Hell, we can't even stop Westbrook.
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Old 11-20-2006, 04:39 PM   #37
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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***. "
Looks like alot of post after one of our games!
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Old 11-20-2006, 04:43 PM   #38
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Now Aaron Rodger is out for the year also with a broken foot. Not as big a deal as McNabb being out I suppose but it even further delays his career
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Now Aaron Rodger is out for the year also with a broken foot. Not as big a deal as McNabb being out I suppose but it even further delays his career
that's like saying jim sorgi got a hang nails. dude's a professional bench warmer, and nothing more.
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plus he looks horrible when he plays
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while i think mcnabb is a class act, and good guy, screw him and the eagles. and any skins fan that wants the cowboys to do well.......
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that's like saying jim sorgi got a hang nails. dude's a professional bench warmer, and nothing more.
Well fortunately for the Packers Favre is ok and won't have to miss time. That said, I prefer Ingle Martin to Rodgers anyway. I was just talking about Rodgers long-term career. And with him hurt it's even more likely Favre is back next year.
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damnit... he was on my money fantasy team...


I hope phillip rivers can pull out my season for me!
that's crazy, I have the exact same situation
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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.
I agree 110%. Does anyone else besides me think that THIS is what Limbaugh was mentioning when he made his "racially insensitive" comments?

He's great for the game, plays the game for the right reasons, and is a team player in every sense of the word, but if only ESPN and similar outlets would stop acting like he's a sure fire hall-of-famer, I'd be satisfied.

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The lack of national media attetion given to Ade Jimoh just irks me the wrong way.

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Well fortunately for the Packers Favre is ok and won't have to miss time. That said, I prefer Ingle Martin to Rodgers anyway. I was just talking about Rodgers long-term career. And with him hurt it's even more likely Favre is back next year.
i don't think he has a long term career outside of some spot duty or clip-board holding. I think ingle is probably a better pro, after a couple years of learning, even if he was drafted a year and 5 rounds later.
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