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Should we just start calling him McGlassfry?

Discussion in 'Carolina Panthers' started by y2b, Sep 22, 2022.

  1. y2b

    y2b King of QC

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    Ankle being monitored, expected to play... still, I picked up Foreman. Not sure either Foreman or Chubba will get the bulk of anything but at least he might worth stealing a goal touchdown... if we can get that close
     
  2. Big Red

    Big Red Alpha, Thing, It

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    Start? lol. Hasn't he been injured and out several games most every year of his career?

    While very talented, CM is the football version of Glass Joe.
     
  3. presidence99

    presidence99 es lo que hay.

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    Pretty sure that's Kittle
     
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    Art Vandelay Keep Pounding

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    Pretty sure that's Jamal Adams
     
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    y2b King of QC

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    I was thinking Baktiera of the Packers
     
  8. Big Red

    Big Red Alpha, Thing, It

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    Him too.

    It's weird. Players pre 2000's never got hurt as much as the modern players do. Is it a case where the guys are over training/conditioning their bodies to the point that they are breaking down constantly? Sure seems that way.
     
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    pre 2000's I think it's just a case where the rules were different and teams didn't have to put every little thing on the injury report to keep from getting fined
     
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    dig-it Paddy O'Chair

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    I think it's the modern size and speed of the players doing the hitting that ends up doing the most long term causing of injuries.
    I'm not sure I ever heard of RB Jim Brown being injured mainly because he was always stronger and faster than those trying to bring him down.
     

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