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NFC Wildcard: Redskins at Seahawks(-3.5)

Discussion in 'Professional Football' started by BuckNutty, Jan 1, 2008.

  1. billmac91

    billmac91 Senior

    The Redskins coaching staff should be ashamed of themselves....all it took was one plant on that knee to give out. It's called a torn ligament...let it recover.

    This guise that it was just a sprain is ridiculous.
  2. alexhortdog95

    alexhortdog95 Melvin Gordon has stolen our souls...

    Rest doesn't heal torn ligaments - only surgury does. Some of the responsibility has to be on the player as well. Let's use common sense. Go out there in your rookie season, after you've already torn it....AND you've got a torn one in the OTHER knee.....that was stupid.
  3. Coqui

    Coqui Senior

    It was a sprain that turned into a tear. He was walking without a brace when the sprain happened. He should have come out after that 2nd touchdown.....but I was saying it only after I could see that he couldn't throw a pass (by halftime)

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