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[quote name='BigBeast52' timestamp='1347899527' post='1904123']
Bells been really solid player these first couple games...it would hurt to lose him against the giants, he came back though so he could still play
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Easier IMO to come right back on a rolled ankle the same game....usually gets worse the next day.

I think Stewart and Smitty are the potential red flags.....both had moments on Sunday where they showed they could of been aggravating on existing injury. Stewart came up after one yesterday and started hitting his ankle as if he tweaked it again as well

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[quote name='OnlyPantherFaninMaine' timestamp='1347898865' post='1904100']
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Rivera said Thomas Davis is still dealing with a sore hamstring, but he should be able to participate in today's walk through.
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Sometimes they use a piece of the hamstring to replace the ACL, i wonder if that has anything to do with it.

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Big Beas told me they feel like they have momentum but are banged up.

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[quote name='Zod' timestamp='1347900487' post='1904147']
Big Beas told me they feel like they have momentum but are banged up.
[/quote]probably just really sore but nothing really worth missing a game over.

good thing they will have a long week to get rested and ready for taking over the GA dome.

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[quote name='Zod' timestamp='1347900487' post='1904147']
Big Beas told me they feel like they have momentum but are banged up.
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I woulda told him, 'did you break a nail? man up, pussy.'

Then scream and run away like a little girl.
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[quote name='Zod' timestamp='1347900487' post='1904147']
Big Beas told me they feel like they have momentum but are banged up.
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Hmmmm

maybe he is referring to those type injuries that never make the injury reports.....short week making those a bigger issue.

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I bet the players freaking hate short weeks.

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olsen will probably be a big part of the gameplan if RT is a question... lots of TE chips, hopefully releasing upfield after that. i expect olsen will have a big day.

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[quote name='nc_biscuit' timestamp='1347901386' post='1904160']
I bet the players freaking hate short weeks.
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the good news is the giants have to face a short week too, and they're even more banged up than we are.

more good news: we'll have a week and a half to prepare for the falcons.

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[quote name='Cat' timestamp='1347899705' post='1904133']



Sometimes they use a piece of the hamstring to replace the ACL, i wonder if that has anything to do with it.
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They use patellar tendon or cadaver tendon 99% of time.

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[quote name='PhillyB' timestamp='1347902217' post='1904178']


the good news is the giants have to face a short week too, and they're even more banged up than we are.

more good news: we'll have a week and a half to prepare for the falcons.
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THIS!

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As expected, an MRI conducted on the right knee of Giants offensive lineman [url="http://www.rotoworld.com/player/nfl/940/david-diehl"]David Diehl[/url] reveals an injury to his MCL, according to a source with knowledge of the situation.

That’s good news for the Giants, since it’s not an ACL injury.

The MCL, a rope-like ligament, can regenerate without surgery, unless it’s fully torn. In this case, Diehl’s MCL isn’t fully torn. It’s currently unknown, however, how much time he’ll miss.
[/quote]as i mentioned before, he's their starting RT.

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