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Old 10-04-2010, 06:55 PM   #1
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Portis heard his groin "pop" (out 4-6 weeks)

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"I heard it pop," Portis said of his left groin, and he immediately went to the trainer's table behind the Redskins' bench. He stretched himself back out, and reappeared for the first series of the fourth quarter - only to gain two yards, and aggravate the injury again.
Doesn't sound good.
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Old 10-04-2010, 06:58 PM   #2
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Maybe they should trade with Buffalo for either Jackson or Lynch now that Portis is done for a while. Rumor has it the eagles want Lynch since McCoy has a broken rib.
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Lynch wouldn't be a bad fit if we don't have to give up anything .. he seems like the kinda RB that's just in a bad situation with a bad team
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Maybe they should trade with Buffalo for either Jackson or Lynch now that Portis is done for a while. Rumor has it the eagles want Lynch since McCoy has a broken rib.
McCoy played most of the game with it. I sure hope he isn't out long. I have him on 3 fantasy teams...
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can we just get a bodybag for portis at this point?
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I'm probably a bad person but i actually root for Portis to get hurt during games, because our running game improves no matter who takes over. Wish him the best, anywhere else.

Except for Portis, the new regime actually seems to hold people accountable for performance. One more hurdle down to being a real team.
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I'm just waiting for the point in the season where they figure out they really don't NEED Portis.

Other than blocking on blitzes...
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can we just get a bodybag for portis at this point?
Ha. Joe Gibbs ruined CP.
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Cp has looked great this season IMO for the amount of carries I would guess he's over 4 yards a carry. This would be a bad blow, more than u guys think. As for lynch? Trade DT for Lynch.
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I'm just waiting for the point in the season where they figure out they really don't NEED Portis.

Other than blocking on blitzes...
I think they were at this point.

I don't understand all the recent CP hate, his production in a committee role was pretty good and he is one of the best picking up the blitz in the league.


If Portis is done, it does not help our team.
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Ha. Joe Gibbs ruined CP.
Very true, and in more ways than one. Shanahan has kept a nice toasty fire on his ass this season. First, with practice wonder Larry Johnson, and this week with Ryan Torain. Gibbs gave Portis "star treatment", and Portis welcomed it.
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re: Portis heard his groin "pop" (out 4-6 weeks)

I'm actually really excited to see what Ryan Torrain can do, if he starts this week. I still think Portis is a great 3rd down back, but his best days are clearly behind him.
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Portis still has plenty in the tank, but yeah he had already hit the apex of his career when Gibbs was here. I like what I saw from Torain, but CP blocks better, and still seems to be more physical than him. CP out for awhile doesn't bode well for us. Torain can't do it alone.
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Portis still has plenty in the tank, but yeah he had already hit the apex of his career when Gibbs was here. I like what I saw from Torain, but CP blocks better, and still seems to be more physical than him. CP out for awhile doesn't bode well for us. Torain can't do it alone.
So I guess Torain trucking over Mikell was a fluke? When was the last time Portis trucked anyone? Although I guess Portis is known more for speed than power. But his cuts are always sloppy... dude's always losing his footing... the Eagles game was better, but I still thought Torain was better. Portis can't even seem to stay healthy anymore. What's the point of having him when a new injury pops up after every game so far? Hand, ankle, groin. He's been hanging around Haynesworth a little too much?

Torain can't block for squat, but blocking is coachable, being on the downward trek of your career is inevitable, which I feel is where Portis is going. His better years are behind him, the guy is a 2nd stringer, 3rd down back at best.
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