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Old 08-13-2013, 04:27 PM   #226
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So your saying the coach could not look at his performance from the 2nd qtr on and make the call?
Yes, MS should have pulled him but I still put more on the player in that situation.
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Old 08-13-2013, 04:29 PM   #227
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Not the game itself, not all on him, but knee gate, yes, I would put that on him. When your knee gets to the point where you can barely walk then yes....pull yourself out of the game. I never saw Jordan or Farve play a game where they were hurting the team because of an injury. The offense didn't get a first down for 2 quarters and he coudln't even plant and throw. Then he says..."well I'm the best option for this team"... and ... "sometimes you have to be a man"...I love his toughness, but in that instaance, it hurt the team.
Favre played the entire second half of the season with a torn bicep when he played for the Jets... The jets lost 4/5 games even though they started 8-3 and missed the playoffs mainly because Favre was terrible, injured, and couldn't throw.

Jordan rushed himself back against the Celtics, if you remember he broke his foot in the middle of his second season the Bulls barely made the playoffs and all his coaches were telling him to sit out that year because there was a huge chance he was coming back too soon and would re-aggravate it. He didn't listen and he scored 63. But the Bulls lost the series anyway.

The point is players lie about how they feel and push themselves even when coaches tell them not to play. Favre didn't even want his injury reported and Jordan ignored his coaches. Players are going to always lie about being injured, cause if they do not they get torn apart like LT or Cutler.
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and for u guys talking about seattle, if Griff didn't get hurt we would have won that game. we were up 14-0 and then he hurt his already shredded knee again before of course the last play of the game for him.
No way you can say that. They ran all over our defense, they gave us a taste of our own medicine. I would've liked our chances though, but too tough to tell.
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Not the game itself, not all on him, but knee gate, yes, I would put that on him. When your knee gets to the point where you can barely walk then yes....pull yourself out of the game. I never saw Jordan or Farve play a game where they were hurting the team because of an injury. The offense didn't get a first down for 2 quarters and he coudln't even plant and throw. Then he says..."well I'm the best option for this team"... and ... "sometimes you have to be a man"...I love his toughness, but in that instaance, it hurt the team.
The coaches like the millions of watching saw the same thing and they left him in the game.
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No way you can say that. They ran all over our defense, they gave us a taste of our own medicine. I would've liked our chances though, but too tough to tell.
They only started running on us after we started going 3 and out for two qtrs. Can't expect the D to hold them without getting any time to rest.
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