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mbuehner

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  1. Thats been done. He's also cut the field in half for him so he's only looking in one direction. You cant dumb things down any further. The only times Trubisky has sometimes looked good are when he's in two minute style offense where he can make one read and throw the ball. You cant play a whole game like that, you'll kill your defense worse than they already are.
  2. Thats fine, im not a Darnold apologist. The reality is sample size matters. Peyton Manning threw 28 ints his first season. Point is you gotta draw the line somewhere. Three seasons deep seems reasonable.
  3. Less quick answer, im not interested in comparing Trubisky to other players that wont be Bears. Hes not good enough, thats it. He doesn't see the field and cant run an offense without his head coach literally in his ear. Hes got another 10 games or so to prove differently, but its not going to happen. He seems like a nice kid, but he doesnt have the football accumen or instincts to be a real NFL QB, and trying to design an offense to hide that worked as long as it was going to work. Next season its a blank slate, bring in somebody, draft a mid-late round project and see who steps up.
  4. The camera work on that return was one of the coolest things ive seen in a while.
  5. Bears lucky with that safety, keeps the offense off the field.
  6. Why do I feel like this ends with "No I was still right, because he SHOULD have done what I said he would definitely do."
  7. No source connected to Mahomes or the Chiefs is saying that or anything like it.
  8. You have no idea if that is true. This article is from an anonymous alleged doctor that hasnt treated Mahomes, hasnt seen the imaging. He assumes the medial patellofemoral ligament is torn, and there is no evidence of that. The word is there is no ligament damage, the MPFL could have been stretched but remained intact, which fits with a 3 week return.
  9. "Most times for professional athletes, this requires surgery, as the kneecap becomes unstable"
  10. Facts not in evidence. The reports are saying no additional damage to the knee, if the ligaments are intact, what are they gonna operate on? Its essentially a bad sprain.
  11. So much for all the arm chair doctors declaring HE DEFINITELY NEEDS SURGERY.
  12. Well there you go. He clearly was hobbled. They called a running play in a situation that wasnt necessary. If your tailback has a bum elbow you dont call a half back pass in the second quarter and have him throw the ball. Its just unnecessary and the risk isnt worth the reward.
  13. Sigh... His knee was where it was based on how he was running, on a bad ankle he couldn't push off on properly in a play predicated on pushing through the pile.
  14. Theres no evidence hes torn any ligaments at all. Wait for the MRI.
  15. Im watching a guy trying to drive with his legs on a bad wheel and looking awkward. Of course the ankle influenced it, if you cant plant your foot with confidence your entire gait changes.
  16. Is it POSSIBLE not being able to push off on one foot properly could lead to an issue on the other leg?
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