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Morgan hurt on meaningless last play

Originally posted by Shaj:
Originally posted by ssahnan:
the ending was unclear, did sing in fact call a timeout to do just that, get another play off? his demeanor in walking on the field as it happened kinda made it seem like he didnt call it or stop the game.

regardless, he had his starters out there in garbage time. Just imagine if we had lost Gore to an acl tear in garbage time. Sing is in way too far over his head, he can't even deal with the basics.

oh I totally agree, was just curious. I'm all for sing getting canned, i do not believe in him nor have I since he got the job but once ya turn on a guy, all the sudden everything he has done is wrong, never does one thing right.
You know the Chiefs could have scored again there at the end, but in a show of class they ran the ball around a bit and turned it over. Then Sing goes total bush league and gets Morgan dinged up, lucky it wasn't worse. It is that kind of crap that will lose the players respect.
Originally posted by GolittaCamper:
You know the Chiefs could have scored again there at the end, but in a show of class they ran the ball around a bit and turned it over. Then Sing goes total bush league and gets Morgan dinged up, lucky it wasn't worse. It is that kind of crap that will lose the players respect.

I disagree, i think that sends the message of We Don't Quit, Ever to the players. I really have no problem with this move. Morgan could have gotten hurt on any play in the game. You want to criticize Sing for his performance? How about the previous 59 minutes of ineffective coaching (and execution).
Originally posted by Surly-Z:
Originally posted by GolittaCamper:
You know the Chiefs could have scored again there at the end, but in a show of class they ran the ball around a bit and turned it over. Then Sing goes total bush league and gets Morgan dinged up, lucky it wasn't worse. It is that kind of crap that will lose the players respect.

I disagree, i think that sends the message of We Don't Quit, Ever to the players. I really have no problem with this move. Morgan could have gotten hurt on any play in the game. You want to criticize Sing for his performance? How about the previous 59 minutes of ineffective coaching (and execution).

Yeah - if you say so.

I criticize him for both. 59 minutes of being out-coached, punctuated by one minute of abject stupidity.
Originally posted by RogerCraig:
Originally posted by Thorhawk:


I am convinced this is the worst coaching staff in the NFL

Finally, something we agree on.
Well, now you get your wish. Zeigler as the #2 now with Williams in the slot and Hill as the #4, barring Ginn being ready.

Not that we'll use 5-wide much. Now we'll just put the trusty () Walker in his place with some more 1-wide 2-tightend sets. I honestly don't know how we expect to get ourselves out of this hole.
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Originally posted by Shaj:
I hold Sing responsible. he's calling time outs and having his starters out on the field. This is coaching 101, pg 2. Pull your starters in garbage time.

I guess Jack Del Rio and Ken Whisenhunt never read coaching 101 either because both had their starters (yes Larry Fitzgerald was out there) during garbage time blowouts this year). Many coaches do it, welcome to watching the pro's play.
not a serious injury

http://twitter.com/mattbarrows/status/25736313889

Originally posted by cNiner:
Originally posted by RogerCraig:
Originally posted by Thorhawk:


I am convinced this is the worst coaching staff in the NFL

Finally, something we agree on.

And the worse QB in the NFL
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by cNiner:
Originally posted by RogerCraig:
Originally posted by Thorhawk:


I am convinced this is the worst coaching staff in the NFL

Finally, something we agree on.

And the worse QB in the NFL

not any worst than the Panthers, Bills, Rams, Cards, or Cleveland QBs

Morgans fine.
Knee sprain means MCL tear (partial/Degree 1)....he'll still be out at least 2-4 weeks.
Originally posted by global_nomad:
Originally posted by susweel:
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Originally posted by RogerCraig:
Originally posted by Thorhawk:


I am convinced this is the worst coaching staff in the NFL

Finally, something we agree on.

And the worse QB in the NFL

not any worst than the Panthers, Bills, Rams, Cards, or Cleveland QBs

Morgans fine.
Same level, Bradford is already better.
Dude not that bad. He will be fine.

Second a meaningless last play? Hey If i'm coach i want that TD. I don't want to settle for fkn FG's!! Come on.

Show some heart!! Show the league we have heart! Who cares what the score is or how bad your getting your ass kicked!
Like other types of sprains, knee sprains are classified according to a grading system:

* Grade I (mild) This injury stretches the ligament, which causes microscopic tears in the ligament. These tiny don't significantly affect the overall ability of the knee joint to support your weight.
* Grade II (moderate) The ligament is partially torn, and there is some mild to moderate instability (or periodic giving out) of the knee while standing or walking.
* Grade III (severe) The ligament is torn completely or separated at its end from the bone, and the knee is more unstable.

When one knee ligament suffers a serious sprain, there is a good chance that other parts of the knee may also be injured. For example, because the MCL helps to protect the ACL from certain types of extreme knee forces, the ACL can become vulnerable to injury when the MCL is torn. In more than half of moderate or severe MCL sprains, the ACL also is sprained.

Knee sprains are very common in the United States. ACL sprains alone affect 100,000 to 250,000 Americans each year. MCL injuries probably are even more common than ACL sprains, but many are so mild that they don't result in a visit to a doctor.
Originally posted by global_nomad:
not a serious injury

http://twitter.com/mattbarrows/status/25736313889