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Old 01-07-2013, 09:05 AM   #196
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Torn MCL is what I heard
Not too bad I guess
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Old 01-07-2013, 09:07 AM   #197
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If so, while not good, a torn MCL is not nearly as damaging as a torn ACL. Depending on the severity, surgery on a torn MCL may not even be necessary.



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As long as the ACL is not injured, I think all will be fine.
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Old 01-07-2013, 09:14 AM   #198
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RG III should have come out of the game - NFC East Blog - ESPN


Dan Graziano does some good work for ESPN, and he hit another home run with this blog.
You know what? 6 in one hand a half dozen in the other. If RG3 finished the game with the injury and had won, then Shanahan would be applauded this morning for making such a gutsy call.

If the doctors said that he was physically unable to play, I find it very very unlikely that Shanahan would have ignored that.
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Old 01-07-2013, 09:36 AM   #199
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Griffin knows how to rehab(done it once before), he was clearly trying to push through it. The biggest question will be how much he has learned about protecting himself, and only next season will let us know.
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Old 01-07-2013, 09:40 AM   #200
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Just like Mike Vick, I think it's in his DNA to play the way he does.
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Old 01-07-2013, 09:48 AM   #201
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On The Knee - Shanny made a gut call and all but admitted he was wrong. In doing so, he seems to have considered the right factors (how is he playing, what's the med. staff saying, what's the athlete saying). The man has more experience with injured players than anyone on this board - I think he has earned the right to go with his gut.

As to the season - Wow. These last 8 weeks have been a great, great ride. We won the division, swept Dallas, made Tony Romo cry ... Thank you Skins! As someone else said, this crazy train is just starting to roll. Climb on board and enjoy the ride.
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Old 01-07-2013, 09:57 AM   #202
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Ya know, I was bitterly disappointed yesterday, because I expected the Redskins to win, no matter what. My wife saw how distraught I was after the game, and gave me my birthday present two months early: a Robert Griffin III jersey! I nearly wept like a baby! I really felt bad for this team, because the mentality was to go out there and beat Seattle, skill on skill. I have no doubt that if it was left up to that, a healthy RGIII would have beat the Seahawks soundly.

BUT, as we saw, RGIII wasn't healthy, the Seahawks smelled blood, and their game plan was knock Griffin out of the game, rough up Garcon, play mind games with the 'skins players to knock them off their concentration, and it worked. You can thank the refs for calling such a loose game that it worked in Seattle's favor. But, that style of playing only gets you so far.

A healthy Griffin next year, a healthy Orakpo, a healthy Fred Davis, a healthy Garcon, some upgrades in the secondary....this team is going to be deadly for years to come.
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Old 01-07-2013, 09:58 AM   #203
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Kory said he regrets trying to play yesterday. I don't think anything's been confirmed on Robert's knee.
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Old 01-07-2013, 10:05 AM   #204
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Shanahan has a 3 pm p conference this afternoon....I'm sure it will be a .....popular topic
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Old 01-07-2013, 10:07 AM   #205
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If I'm Snyder, I have Mike Shanahan and Dr. Andrews in my office first thing this morning. I then remove all "health related" playing decisions away from Shanahan and put the onus on my team doctor. Dr. Andrews is being paid by the team to do a job, and it appears to me either he's not doing his job, or Shanahan is overriding it.

To clear this up, and to protect the franchise's most valuable asset, you remove that decision from Mike. This isn't overreacting. I thought about this last night, and wanted to sleep on it before saying this. I woke up feeling the same today as I did last night. Did they not look at RGIII after that roll-out when he hurt himself again? Is our medical team that incompetent or is our coach that stubborn?

Mike appears not competent enough to judge when to pull a player due to health issues, so simply take that away from him and leave the X's and O's.

It's either one of two things. Bad coaching decision or bad medical staff. The only way you find out is remove the choice from the coach and it continues, you know to replace your medical staff.
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Great season, I just hated seeing them go out like that. I hate what if losses. "What if Griff was 100%? Looking foward to free agency and the draft. It is just the idea that we don't play another meaningful game until September is the part I always hate.
I hear you! I forgot what it felt like to lose a game. now we have to wait nearly a year before the next meainingful one. sigh.
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I'm catching all the grief at work.

"Rg3 is done, he's Mike vick 2.0"

"Skins will b 6-10 next yr "


**** u idiots.
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I'm catching all the grief at work.

"Rg3 is done, he's Mike vick 2.0"

"Skins will b 6-10 next yr "


**** u idiots.
My retort would be something along the lines - "Well, he's already kicked the Cowboys out of the playoffs and made Tony Romo cry. Anything else is gravy."
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Get serious!
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Great Season! HTTR..
Hey! Are you trying to ... hold me back??? Damn you!
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You know what? 6 in one hand a half dozen in the other. If RG3 finished the game with the injury and had won, then Shanahan would be applauded this morning for making such a gutsy call.

If the doctors said that he was physically unable to play, I find it very very unlikely that Shanahan would have ignored that.
Funny you disappear for months then show back up the day after we get knocked out of the playoffs. Why didn't you come back last Monday?
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