He also was ready to fight on the sidelines of the Rams/ Redskins game.
i'm hoping the doubtful tag is just a shanahanigan, but I seriously doubt it. Frustrating!
"Watching RG3 today is like watching Jordan vs. the Blazers years ago. Waiting for him to shrug his shoulders as he runs by cameras." - John Keim, November 22, 2012. Thanksgiving at Dallas
maybe he hurt himself hopping around like that and pulled a "Bill Gramatica" and doesn't want anyone to know about it
says he pushed himself pretty hard today, which is a good sign but still soreness.
Sounds like we got damaged goods with Garcon. How else can we interpret the inexplicably vague details of his injury? With Orakpo, we're told what specific REGION of the pectoral muscle was torn vs. the previous tear. With Garcon? No details of the MRI, only that it's "sore."
Sounds like this is/was a pre-existing condition and that we got fleeced. Hello Michael Barrow 2.0
I predict Garcon plays one more game for us this season then hits the IR with an incurable stress fracture.
Last edited by HateYanksDukeCowboys; September-21st-2012 at 04:17 PM.
"Board Member 1: I've never heard of half of these guys and the ones I do know are way past their prime.
Charlie Donovan: Most of these guys never had a prime.
Board Member 2: This guy here is dead.
Rachel Phelps: Cross him off then."
In regards to Garcon, I would prefer he get all the rest and treatment needed to where he is healthy for the rest of the year.
As for the Bengals, their secondary has been torched the last two weeks, and the Browns Weeden had 322 yards and two TD's.
So I look for Hankerson and Moss to really light it up.
Pierre practiced and played throughout the entire training camp and preseason, didn't he?
As for those of you thinking he's soft, I say the same thing. He's a WR. Any issue when it comes to a foot is huge, even if it seems small on the injury report. All WRs do is cut and plant and if he can't do that properly no matter how slight the foot injury is, it's going to ruin his ability to play. To call the toughest dang receiver we've had here in forever soft is absolutely mind boggling considering the few plays he's already made on our team throughout preseason and the first game. The guy looks for someone to hit when he gets the ball. Soft?!
Sometimes I really, really can't stand ES.
Last edited by thesubmittedone; September-21st-2012 at 04:46 PM.
Originally Posted by Mike Shanahan
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