Last edited by Zazzaro703; January-7th-2013 at 11:59 AM.
I'm sick of hearing from people that act like they had never seen that happen before. It has happened. It just meant that Shanny should have pulled him late in the 3rd, but don't act like RGIII did something that hasn't been done multiple times. Hell London Fletcher did it earlier this season, where he was hobbled and was a liability in coverage, but he still played and would be able to make a few big plays.
It's a real shame RGIII is catching any flack at all about what happened.. He's a 22 year old kid who thought he was indestructible.. The coach (and doctor) are the ones who should be taking the brunt of this..
Nothing has been confirmed yet...only best case/worst case scenarios. No need to overreact until concrete news has been reported. Easier said than done...but all we can do is wait.
The soldiers gave three cheers as they urged their tired horses north across the uneven hills. Some of the mounts, exhausted after a week of almost continual marching, began to lag behind; others, spurred on by their enthusiastic riders, began to edge past the regiment's commander. "Boys, hold your horses," Custer cautioned; "there are plenty of them down there for us all."
Hoping and praying for the best
My stance on the situation (regardless of today's news) is this...if the other 52 men and coaches in that locker room were in favor of RG3 continuing to play, then who are we to question the decision? He has a "C" on his chest for a reason. I just don't think there is a right or wrong answer to this scenario when nothing but hindsight is used to formulate arguments.
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