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Ray McDonald most underrated player in the NFL.

  • cciowa
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Originally posted by BMoore56:
Yea what do you mean? I'm thinking Seymour comes aboard.
he will not. sounds like ray is ok. seymour wants to much cash and we got our two kids coming back next week. no you hold things together this weekend,, get through this weekend and then you hope you got two rookies coming in to help us out. signing seymour is a knee jerk reaction and we know this regime does not do that
whew!! got lucky there...
Praise be! I was really fearing that was a season-ender or significant injury.

McDonald, like Brooks, is a very underrated key component of this defense.
Thank The Lord! We finally get good news with an injury. Ray Mac is a key component. We really need him!
  • fropwns
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Originally posted by NinerBuff:
whew!! got lucky there...

Originally posted by fropwns:
Originally posted by NinerBuff:
whew!! got lucky there...





Originally posted by fropwns:
Originally posted by NinerBuff:
whew!! got lucky there...


LOL
Bloodsport
Great news...this should still put added focus on quality backups here though for both Justin/McDonald. TJE may be a keeper here; Dobbs seemed like he got hurt himself last game and now let's hope we get Tank and Dial into the fold quickly (and they are very effective). Good news!
did we get lucky? isn't this similar to the justin smith injury from last year?

The "bee sting" that Ray McDonald felt in his right arm two days ago turned out to be a partially torn bicep tendon, the 49ers defensive end said today. McDonald said the injury shouldn't keep him out of any games, and he plans to start in his usual spot Sunday against the Cardinals. He said he'll have surgery to repair it after the season.

"It's going to be sore," McDonald said. "But it should be fine."

Read more here: http://blogs.sacbee.com/49ers/archives/2013/10/mcdonald-says-hell-play-with-partially-torn-bicep.html#storylink=cpy



Ahmad Brooks is more underrated than McDonald
Originally posted by frenchmov:
did we get lucky? isn't this similar to the justin smith injury from last year?

The "bee sting" that Ray McDonald felt in his right arm two days ago turned out to be a partially torn bicep tendon, the 49ers defensive end said today. McDonald said the injury shouldn't keep him out of any games, and he plans to start in his usual spot Sunday against the Cardinals. He said he'll have surgery to repair it after the season.

"It's going to be sore," McDonald said. "But it should be fine."

Read more here: http://blogs.sacbee.com/49ers/archives/2013/10/mcdonald-says-hell-play-with-partially-torn-bicep.html#storylink=cpy



Basically means he won't be 100% for the rest of the year. I hope he's able to retain some strength in that arm late in the year.
Originally posted by frenchmov:
did we get lucky? isn't this similar to the justin smith injury from last year?

The "bee sting" that Ray McDonald felt in his right arm two days ago turned out to be a partially torn bicep tendon, the 49ers defensive end said today. McDonald said the injury shouldn't keep him out of any games, and he plans to start in his usual spot Sunday against the Cardinals. He said he'll have surgery to repair it after the season.

"It's going to be sore," McDonald said. "But it should be fine."

Read more here: http://blogs.sacbee.com/49ers/archives/2013/10/mcdonald-says-hell-play-with-partially-torn-bicep.html#storylink=cpy



biceps are not as important as tris
Two different type of players imo so not sure if the injury will impact both the same way. Plus, we just need him to hold up for like two weeks to get some guys back.

We had nobody behind smith last year
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they need to sit mcdonald this week. playing with a bicep strain could easily lead to season-ending injury. it just takes one play that isn't even an injury-inducing play normally, and his season will be in trouble.
I think TJE could suffice at least this week vs. the Tards. Give Ray Mac the game off, their O-line isn't formidable still.