This news could possibly cause me to drop Moss below Holt and Harrison but nobody else. I'll have to take a closer look at how he did in his final 5 or 6 games before deciding. I thought Culpepper's comments on Marcus Robinson were also interesting. Is he going to be the Vikings #2 and what does everydody think about him being a good sleeper pick (especially considering the news on Moss's foot).
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Plantar fasciitis is not that big of a deal ... it is common among runners, among other people. For most you have some bigtime soreness in your foot when you get out of bed, then it lessens as you loosen up. Common treatment is ice, elevate your foot, and aspirins. I think Moss is gonna be able to get plenty of treatment, so no need to worry ... this is minor stuff unless Moss has a very atypical case. And no, I am not a doctor ... I'm a teletubby.
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I dont know much about the injury, but if it isnt gone by the regualr season, will it ever go away?
I think Moss will still have good numbers, but the person it will hurt the most is Culpepper. Last year when Moss was in pain, he wouldnt even run his routes if it was a run, or if the play wasnt directed to him. He would just stand there... That allowed the safeties to key on the receivers who were actually running their routes resulting in double-teams and interceptions.
But there is still a long way until the season, so his condition may improve by then.