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RG3 not built for the NFL

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I missed the play he injured himself in. I thought a linemen had just fallen on his leg or something. I just saw the replay, he didn't have anyone around him. His leg just gave out on him when he tried to cut back and pick up the ball simultaneously. He's made of glass.

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If they run a pro style offense then he will be fine but he wont be able to run the read option for his whole career unless he retires in less than 10 years and misses multiple games each year.. I hate how people think hes better and more athletic than Cam. Some of the cuts and jukes Cam makes are just unreal and RG3 could never make them.

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I'm still trying to figure out how Aaron Rodgers RG3 got hurt. Did his knee just collapse?

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I can't help it, these are freaking funny.

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He is a lot more Vick 2.0, than RG3 1.0. He is a better passer than Vick is, but not quite as dangerous as a runner, all the while they both seem to be made of porcelain. Great thing about Cam is that he not only weighs 40 lbs more, most of that is muscle, especially in his legs(no homo) and said muscle ends up helping to protect his knees.

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I dunno about "in 2 years"

But he's not built for the NFL for sure

Ill take Cam ALL DAY

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I can't help it, these are freaking funny.

You are still my son's fav poster. B)

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I'm still trying to figure out how Aaron Rodgers RG3 got hurt. Did his knee just collapse?

he was already hurt, not 100%

early in the game (late 1st quarter?) he was running towards the sideline and you could see that his knee buckled awkwardly.

they kept him in, though, despite him getting hammered, stumbling around, and looking like he could barely move.

the final straw came when he tried to retrieve a fumble and his knee just completely gave out when he bent over

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he was already hurt, not 100%

early in the game (late 1st quarter?) he was running towards the sideline and you could see that his knee buckled awkwardly.

they kept him in, though, despite him getting hammered, stumbling around, and looking like he could barely move.

the final straw came when he tried to retrieve a fumble and his knee just completely gave out when he bent over

The question becomes who do you blame more: Griffin for insisting he could keep playing or Shanahan for keeping him in?

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he was already hurt, not 100%

early in the game (late 1st quarter?) he was running towards the sideline and you could see that his knee buckled awkwardly.

they kept him in, though, despite him getting hammered, stumbling around, and looking like he could barely move.

the final straw came when he tried to retrieve a fumble and his knee just completely gave out when he bent over

Not only that, but they kept calling designed runs for him.

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