Tuesday, August 08, 2006

Westbrook Hurt Again

farrrrgh!


best part is, this leaves reno mahe as the only healthy back in camp.

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Anonymous Phil said...

If you read the article, you'd see that Moats is back. I wonder how much of this (seems like half the roster is hurt and the other half's been out at some point) is Reid being uber-cautious after getting steamrolled with injuries last year. For the sake of all our sanities, I hope they all are.

4:28 PM EDT  
Blogger The Mean Guy said...

If you read the article, you'd see that Moats is back.

he's back, but at what strength? is he back like bloom's been "back"? i'm reserving judgement until i see how healthy he turns out to be.

i've seen precious little info on the nature of his knee sprain so far.

4:33 PM EDT  
Anonymous Phil said...

Fair enough. Frankly, I haven't been spending too much time following the injury situation or training camp in general. Until the real games start, it's all just practice for practice's sake. That does not interest me too much.

5:04 PM EDT  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't ever do that again! I thought he belw out an ACL or something of that nature.

Simon

3:52 AM EDT  
Blogger The Big Dog said...

I think Phil is right, I wouldn't be surprised to see Reid hold back anyone who has any wound at all. And with Westbrook and Don, you basically need them healthy or else. On a related event, a buddy of mine said he has seen Pinky walk and he still is hobbled big time. I wouldn't be surprised if this injury is really bad and keeps him out longer than anyone suspects. On a good note, all of the injuries that the Eagles got were strains and sprains, not tears and breaks. I so wish pre-season were 2 games and not 5 this year.

7:40 AM EDT  
Anonymous Phil said...

HOLY SNIKEIES! From footballoutsiders.com:

"Here are the best and worst teams from last year in False Starts and Offensive Holding by team, plus Detroit. This includes declined and offsetting penalties, but not special teams.


Rank Team False Starts Yards
1 STL 46 230
2 NYG 35 175
3 PHI 34 170
4 MIA 33 164
5 MIN 32 158
6 OAK 32 150
12t DET 27 135
29 WAS 15 75
30 ATL 15 64
31 DEN 13 65
32 CAR 11 55


Rank Team Offensive
Holding Yards
1 DAL 28 187
2 BAL 26 200
3 PHI 26 188
4 NYG 24 204
5 GB 24 194
6 MIN 24 180
29 IND 13 103
30 NE 13 102
31 CHI 12 69
32 DET 12 60 "

4:03 PM EDT  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Holy Crap. Here's a great little insight into the mind that was Mo-Clo.

http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/columns/story?id=2545078

- Joe

1:19 PM EDT  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Halftime score... 3-0.

zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

9:17 PM EDT  

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