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Postby fantasyfiend » Thu Sep 16, 2004 6:35 pm

SA didn't practice today (thursday) morris again practiced with first team.

SA is gonna have to compensate for his injury putting extra weight on his healthy leg, this is when injuries become a domino effect.

i am a big SA fan before i am a fantasy fan, but right now, im really glad i didn't have the #4 pick in the league.

a knee injury to a running back is like an elbow injury to a pitcher, it just doesn't go away especially when you have to play on it week in and week out.
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Postby Urrah Buttcrack » Thu Sep 16, 2004 9:26 pm

Mr. Alexander will most likely be out until after the bye week.

1. The ave. recovery period for a bone contusion is 4-5 week (Dr. told me).

2. Seattle will want to take a look at Morris who is respected by coaching staff.

3. Morris is solid.

4. Don't risk furher injury to Mr. Alexader.

5. Bye week coming soon.

6. Never underestimate how long an injury will persist. (Last couple of years Faulk was listed as P or DTD but didn't play)

7. Teams and players downplay injury.


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Postby terpfan » Thu Sep 16, 2004 9:41 pm

Nfl Fan wrote:
hawksfan896 wrote:God loves the Seahawks. ;-D


Yup...

I've always said, "God is a Seahawks fan!!"

its funny he hasnt gotten them to any superbowls... :-?
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Postby Shockers » Thu Sep 16, 2004 10:10 pm

In years past, he has been teaching them humility. ;-D
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Postby oonrual » Thu Sep 16, 2004 10:14 pm

I have the same problem. I dont think that they would risk playing him, especially against a decent def like tampa bay
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Postby Shader » Thu Sep 16, 2004 10:20 pm

Urrah Buttcrack wrote:Mr. Alexander will most likely be out until after the bye week.

1. The ave. recovery period for a bone contusion is 4-5 week (Dr. told me).

2. Seattle will want to take a look at Morris who is respected by coaching staff.

3. Morris is solid.

4. Don't risk furher injury to Mr. Alexader.

5. Bye week coming soon.

6. Never underestimate how long an injury will persist. (Last couple of years Faulk was listed as P or DTD but didn't play)

7. Teams and players downplay injury.



Bone bruises don't last 4-5 weeks. You need a new doctor.

Also, you have no idea if Morris is solid. For all we know, he could be a 3rd down back. He's never proven a thing in the NFL.

Comparing Faulk's knee to Alexander's knee is a ridiculous comparison.

Alexander will play this week. No doubt about it.
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