Glenn was quoted in the Fort Worth Star Telegram as saying, "I put this loss on my shoulders." The only reason that he would say something like that is if he knew that he could have played with the pain and didn't. Terry has done this in the past. Does anyone think he will be ready by Week 8 or should I drop him now?
I doubt he could have come back in. During the game one of the commentators who was in the DAL lockerroom at halftime said Glenn barely could move/walk and that there was no chance he would be able to come back in the game
Yeah, I agree with ya Flux. I don't really think that quote meant that he felt he could have played. More likely frustration about getting hurt again. And honestly... IT wouldn't have made a bit of difference. Dallas got crushed.
Mudd wrote:Not sure, maybe. But I swear I heard Berman call him she about three times last week when he was doing highlights.
Perhaps he did, but here's how it originated...
Parcells was coach of the New England Patriots in 1996 when Glenn was a rookie receiver there. And it is Parcells who uttered a pronoun that now must run in any feature story written about Glenn. Parcells, in reference to Glenn's missing the exhibition season with a hamstring strain, called Glenn "she."
I doubt he could have come back in. During the game one of the commentators who was in the DAL lockerroom at halftime said Glenn barely could move/walk and that there was no chance he would be able to come back in the game.
I will give him the benefit of the doubt. Maybe he was too injured to come back in, but some guys wouldn't have left the game in the first place. Just ask Byron Leftwich.