I have plantar fasciitis and it's no fun, left foot hurts like crazy. I think I got it when I bought some waterproof shoes for dog walking and they didn't have arches. I'm doing exercises and wearing arches in all my non-arched shoes now. It will take about 5 months of concerted effort to get back to where I was previously.
If Garcon as a tear in that tissue, then that must really hurt and will take a longer time to heal, maybe he'll need surgery. Tough break for him and the team.
Anyway, hope Fletch can give it a go on Sunday, even if it's just 1 play to extend the streak.. It's not like were going to be in position to extend the season anyway.. That's a bright spot we should keep the shine on, if at all possible!! HAIL!!
Then we can drop Brown, restructure Hall and a few others in addition to the $6million or so we are carrying over, we might be able make it work and make some cheap secondary moves to improve through FA. I stand by that it wouldn't take much to fix our defense assuming we get a new DC. Then we could go BPA on defense in the draft to get more playmakers on that side of the ball (exception being RT)
Might be worth and and could help the defense out more by creating an offense so unbelievably explosive they can outscore anyone. RG3, Morris in the backfield, Wallace, Garcon on the outside, Morgan and Hank inside. You have Davis at TE. We could even bring in a constantly fresh Robinson for some of those option packages out of the backfield. How would you defend that? Downright scary. What a dream. That offense is young and loaded.
But my numbers could be way off, I'm really tired.
We only have $3.8 Million to spend the rest of the year or carry over to help with $18 Million penalty
The Redskins Training staff is a mystery on the level of Danny Smith. You'd think with no salary cap on the training staff, we'd have the best training staff in the league. Im not there and am not a doctor so I guess in the end I have no clue, but I just gotta believe our staff has been subpar for quite some time or like always, the redskins have the worst luck with injuries which leads to even more, supernatural type thoughts (absolutely cursed). Terrell Suggs tore his Achilles over the summer and played last week. Landry missed 2 years.
Also, is anyone else worried about Davis now? I could totally see us not giving him as much as he is looking for because of his injury and someone else out there needing a TE will. We have seen so many talented draft picks walk, hope the new management changes that.
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I like how people make claims about the trainers and doctor and can't name a single one...and probably don't have any idea what a trainers or doctors job is like. It is a legitimate question, but it definitely just reeks of being an easy scapegoat after some really awful luck. It's not like our injuries were that bad last year - the worst ones were 4 game suspensions for the TE and LT. Outside of Landry which I can probably agree someone may deserve to be fired for, Tim Hightower tore his ACL which happened to Adrian Peterson of all people, Jamaal Brown is 30something years old. Ravens have terrible injuries this year, Giants get injuries all the time (Nicks, Bradshaw is banged up, their olineman, their dbacks), and they won the freakin Super Bowl!
The Laron Landry angle is the only leg you have to stand on, but I agree that is a debacle, cause he was playing awesome when Haslett first started if I recall correctly.
Last edited by IWantMyATV; October-26th-2012 at 01:51 AM.
I think Garcon should go ahead and get the surgery and come back 100% for next year. By the time he's even ready to do strenuous activity, and get into game shape, we could be looking at Wk 12-14, not to mention going into the fire after all of this time off, where (knowing our luck), he'll probably just hurt something else.
At the end of the day, I just don't want the dude to have to worry about the nagging foot all throughout the season, because I'm not sure that with all of the action that is required to put on that foot, it will be healed 100% to where he no longer has to worry about it for the rest of the season.
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