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PostPosted: Mon Jan 07, 2013 10:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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I tore my ACL, LCL, and PCL a few years back. Although the surgery did a really good job of repairing my knee and with the added NFL type training it would really be strong. I still don't see how he could be planning on returning very soon.

Having the PCL torn meant i had to have my ACL repaired with some rehab before I could have my PCL operated on - the PCL is one of the least torn ligaments.


Was there some indication that it was a PCL injury?

Damn, what did you do man, line up against Clowney?


Hahahah. Im sorry for your injury but that was good.
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 07, 2013 10:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

ajhicks11 wrote:
I tore my ACL, LCL, and PCL a few years back. Although the surgery did a really good job of repairing my knee and with the added NFL type training it would really be strong. I still don't see how he could be planning on returning very soon.

Having the PCL torn meant i had to have my ACL repaired with some rehab before I could have my PCL operated on - the PCL is one of the least torn ligaments.


Did you catch the game winning TD?
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DEE RAWL wrote:
Flatlyner wrote:
ajhicks11 wrote:
I tore my ACL, LCL, and PCL a few years back. Although the surgery did a really good job of repairing my knee and with the added NFL type training it would really be strong. I still don't see how he could be planning on returning very soon.

Having the PCL torn meant i had to have my ACL repaired with some rehab before I could have my PCL operated on - the PCL is one of the least torn ligaments.


Was there some indication that it was a PCL injury?

Damn, what did you do man, line up against Clowney?


Hahahah. Im sorry for your injury but that was good.


I was basically hit by Clowney. I was on a sledding trip and got ran over by a couple people, enough force to turn me into a full flip. They were all complete tears, it wasn't terribly fun.

I read PCL earlier, but it was reverted to LCL shortly after. I remember multiple medical professionals scratching their head when they saw that my PCL was torn as well. It was a pretty nasty injury, but it is a testament to medical technology today - just that i can walk, let alone basically everything i used to do (just at a lower rate, but that is without NFL training).

At the same time I really don't know how fast RGIII can recover from this; could he miss an entire year?
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I just don't see the Skins being bad enough for us to get Clowney.

Btw this should provide a nice option if Sam struggles next year. I am one of those who have faith in Sam and who think with an improved line and improved receiving corps he can be a top QB. That being said if he gets injured again or regresses a ton we could take Manziel or Bridgewater with the Skins pick.

Personally I don't think we'll get a QB or Clowney and am hoping that we take Watkins or Lee. Then we can let Danny go and have

1. Watkins/Lee
2. Chris Givens- moves to slot in 3 WR sets
3. Deandre Hopkins- with one of our first 3 picks this year
4. Brian Quick
5. Austin Pettis

we could have a receiving corps to rival Dallas, Atlanta or GB.
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I want Warmack just for the belly alone lol
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 08, 2013 12:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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I want Warmack just for the belly alone lol


He is such a monster. I still cant believe JRS would rather have Percy Harvin...
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If Warmack slides like Decastro.....there is NO way Snead & Fisher pass on him, is there? Even given Fishers past history with not drafting a OL in 1st round
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If Warmack slides like Decastro.....there is NO way Snead & Fisher pass on him, is there? Even given Fishers past history with not drafting a OL in 1st round


One would only hope
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If Warmack slides like Decastro.....there is NO way Snead & Fisher pass on him, is there? Even given Fishers past history with not drafting a OL in 1st round


I don't even see it as sliding. Most mocks have him going 14-18.
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What if we trade CLOWNEY AND THIS IS ALL A DREAM Shocked Shocked


RG part 2?? Where would we fit him? We already have a sick Dline. We need offensive help. We are set at defensive line.
It's Clowney. You make room. Whether it's shifting Long inside, shifting Clowney around the D-line, whatever.

He's the kind of guy you make room for.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 08, 2013 12:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

DerekBrink wrote:
I just don't see the Skins being bad enough for us to get Clowney.

Btw this should provide a nice option if Sam struggles next year. I am one of those who have faith in Sam and who think with an improved line and improved receiving corps he can be a top QB. That being said if he gets injured again or regresses a ton we could take Manziel or Bridgewater with the Skins pick.


Or even better, Bradford pans out and we trade the pick like we did to Washington. Perpetual double first round picks.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 08, 2013 1:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

THESKINSFAN21 wrote:
keepnitgangsta1 wrote:
It's okay. RGIII is bound to get injured next year at some point and miss a significant amount of time. I'm thinking that we'll get a top 15 pick next year. Pray

* Unconsciously just rooted for an injury *
* Or would it be consciously considering I realized it 10 seconds after I posted it * Laughing

I hope you guys continue your mediocrity. Laughing Wink


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 08, 2013 1:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

ramssuperbowl99 wrote:
El ramster wrote:
What if we trade CLOWNEY AND THIS IS ALL A DREAM Shocked Shocked


RG part 2?? Where would we fit him? We already have a sick Dline. We need offensive help. We are set at defensive line.
It's Clowney. You make room. Whether it's shifting Long inside, shifting Clowney around the D-line, whatever.

He's the kind of guy you make room for.


Why didn't we do the same with RG3 though?

We need a playmaking WR.. Marquis Lee is the one!!!!!!!!!!!!

I wouldn't mind clowney though, Could be our WATT Cool
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El ramster wrote:
ramssuperbowl99 wrote:
El ramster wrote:
What if we trade CLOWNEY AND THIS IS ALL A DREAM Shocked Shocked


RG part 2?? Where would we fit him? We already have a sick Dline. We need offensive help. We are set at defensive line.
It's Clowney. You make room. Whether it's shifting Long inside, shifting Clowney around the D-line, whatever.

He's the kind of guy you make room for.


Why didn't we do the same with RG3 though?

We need a playmaking WR.. Marquis Lee is the one!!!!!!!!!!!!

I wouldn't mind clowney though, Could be our WATT Cool
I'd certainly love to bring in a guy like Lee, depending on how Quick develops. Ultimately, he's the guy who changes everything. Givens looks great in the slot and provides the deep threat. If Quick can step in and be 'the guy' or at least be close enough, the 2013 draft should take care of WR for us whether Amendola is here long term or not.

As for why we didn't go get RG3, the staff believes in Bradford (or realizes his contract is too big to do anything with).
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 09, 2013 3:52 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Does not look good for Griffin

http://sports.yahoo.com/news/nfl--rg3-suffers-torn-lcl--surgeon-says-return-for-next-season--not-the-norm--030202476.html
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