jeebus

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  1. I understand he isn't playing at the level most reasonable people have expected him to but he does have a lot of pressure put on him from the coaching staff, his fellow players, and the fans. I can understand his anxiety but I believe once he gets more experience he will start showing signs of improvement.
  2. Injuries happen with or without conditioning. Over extending, getting hit, getting bent in awkward positions can cause injuries and none of those things have anything to do with conditioning. Injuries are random and can happen to anyone by anything. I remember a player a few years ago who tore his ACL from jumping in celebration.
  3. Dude has 7 or so starts and currently playing a new position and for some reason if he isn't playing at a pro bowl level he needs to get cut. I'd hate to be their children because they would be disowned for not being the next Jeff Bezos.
  4. Most running backs production is tied to OL play.
  5. Never mind then, I thought you were talking about the injury that sidelined him last year.
  6. It's not the same injury. I believed he tore his triceps last year.
  7. Isn't that leading with your helmet to initiate contact?
  8. The most cogent thing written in this thread.
  9. You know you don't have to be. You aren't obligated to be a fan of anything.
  10. Then why be mad or disappointed if you know it's going to happen anyway?
  11. That's not true at all.
  12. Line play in the league has been declining over the years. It seems now the more older, experienced linemen have produced better results.