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And once he got hurt the entire offense changed, as a JR he only ran sparingly. We also didnt run him out there after he got hurt, which we could have done.
I'm not sure you can honestly say that and keep a straight face. Two VASTLY different offenses and the NFL is completely different
X doesn't believe 99% of what he says. He just takes the contrarian viewpoint most of the time because he thinks it makes him look clever.
Pro Ecclesia, Pro Mundus
That's why he is such a star on Baylorfans...
Looks like Jimmy Johnson was crying?
sickening watching that
Please tell me this is true, because if it's not then he is one of the dumbest people of all time. On another thread he claimed we had Final Four talent in part because Heslip was one of the top five SGs in the nation. Unreal. Only Heslip's family would believe something so outlandish...he's arguably not one of the best five SGs in the Big 12.
Oh my God did y'all just hear Dilfer trashing him on Espn?
Blames the loss on Robert for being innacurate when 'nicked' up.
Apparently what separates Robert from Brady is the ability to win with a busted knee.
This post was edited by Titleist627 15 months ago
Dilfer criticizing the play of a QB is like Honey Boo Boo criticizing Miss America. Don't make no sense.
RG3's game is to run occasionally. His ability to do both is what has made, and continues to make, him special. He's both a good runner and a good thrower. However, when limited to only one of those skills, he just isn't the same and, consequently, is not nearly as effective.
He should have been pulled when he re-injured the knee in the first half.
It's incredibly sad that his first season ended this way. It's going to be a long off-season.
G3 can be a pocket passer only. However, his knee was affecting his throws tonight. Many of his throws were sailing high as a result of his right knee not being full strength.
Are you saying this season is ending sadly because he couldn't help his team when they needed it in the playoffs? If you're saying it because of his knee, unless there's something we're not aware of, he has a sprain and would be fine in a couple of months.
This post was edited by Clavine 15 months ago
I did not see the game today, but after reading the thread I am seriously concerned about Robert's future in the NFL. It sounds like his knee blew up.
Apparently Dr Andrews did not clear him to play. If so, Shanahan and his staff should be fired.
Didn't blowup his knee from what I saw. Looked like he needed more time to recover from the sprain. Walking the sidelines after he came out.
This is not true. Andrews did not clear him to play AFTER he injured his knee initially, in that same game. He was cleared to play in the following games.
Sorry, that story was from the Ravens game. Dr. Andrews was just nervous during the Seattle game. Skimmed it too fast.
It looked more than the knee to me. On that pass where he twisted his body to throw it back across the field, his head hit the ground pretty hard. I wonder if he didn't knock a few cobwebs loose on that play.
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