Siggyfawn wrote:Wouldn't risk playing with a bad Hammy?
Yes I watch football. The better question is can you read and comprehend?
I believe my post said "There is no way they would let Moss risk testing
that hammy at full speed if they were targeting his return for Jacksonville or beyond" This is in reference to this weeks practice, and not the games he played in. Moss didn't touch the practice field those two weeks he did play, and his role then was clearly as a decoy. Additionally, Moss was not shut down until after an MRI revealed a slight tear.
This is 1 of 2 things. Either the "full speed" report is wrong, or Moss is significantly better than is being reported. It's that simple.