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Originally posted by KittleSkittle:
Originally posted by GoldenJoe:
Surgery on dislocated finger, out 3 weeks.

Bye.

Is surgery for a dislocated finger normal?

Yeah it could be. Sometimes the joint fractures on a dislocation.
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Originally posted by GoldenJoe:
Originally posted by KittleSkittle:
Originally posted by GoldenJoe:
Surgery on dislocated finger, out 3 weeks.

Bye.

Is surgery for a dislocated finger normal?

Yeah it could be. Sometimes the joint fractures on a dislocation.

Yup. Joint fracture, ligament, and tendon damage. I did it all in one play. But I skipped surgery and have a crooked finger with poor flexibility that still hurts a year later! 😆
I'm done with Garnett.
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Originally posted by John_Candy:
I'm done with Garnett.

continuity. going to hockey games together. we are going to be so much better on the o line this year. please try to keep up
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Originally posted by cciowa:
continuity. going to hockey games together. we are going to be so much better on the o line this year. please try to keep up

what does this have to do with Garnett hurting his finger?
Originally posted by NYniner85:
Originally posted by cciowa:
continuity. going to hockey games together. we are going to be so much better on the o line this year. please try to keep up

what does this have to do with Garnett hurting his finger?

Nothing, just more rambling nonsense.
Originally posted by cciowa:
Originally posted by John_Candy:
I'm done with Garnett.

continuity. going to hockey games together. we are going to be so much better on the o line this year. please try to keep up

Eh, Garnett wasn't a starter. Continuity helps, especially in Kyle's complex offense. The Falcons did alright despite not having world beating guards. A healthy Richburg is key.
I get peoples frustration with Garnet but I honestly feel bad for him. The guy jams his finger somewhere during the course of a normal movement or some drill in practice and is dislocated. Then it winds up needing surgery. Some of these injuries just plain and simple aren't preventable, I don't care what anybody says.
[ Edited by ninerjok on Aug 1, 2019 at 2:10 PM ]
When I first saw the headline regarding an injured first rounder, I thought it might be someone important...nevermind. And it wasn't even Jimmie Ward.

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Originally posted by John_Candy:
Originally posted by cciowa:
Originally posted by John_Candy:
I'm done with Garnett.

continuity. going to hockey games together. we are going to be so much better on the o line this year. please try to keep up

Eh, Garnett wasn't a starter. Continuity helps, especially in Kyle's complex offense. The Falcons did alright despite not having world beating guards. A healthy Richburg is key.
everyone said.. our offensive line is going to be so much better with everyone healthy and back and they went to hockey games together which shows how much great chemistry we have. well. we are into two weeks and two are hurt and the guards are still as s**tty as they were before camp
Originally posted by cciowa:
everyone said.. our offensive line is going to be so much better with everyone healthy and back and they went to hockey games together which shows how much great chemistry we have. well. we are into two weeks and two are hurt and the guards are still as s**tty as they were before camp

The only dude that went to that hockey game that's currently healing up is Richburg. Garnett was never there and wasn't looked at as a starter.
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Originally posted by John_Candy:
I'm done with Garnett.

I don't know if I completely give up, but it's getting pretty darn close.
Originally posted by mayo49:
I don't know if I completely give up, but it's getting pretty darn close.

Sucks I was so high on him during the draft

It goes to show you...you could be a workhorse with no injuries issues in college and then become Garnett or Ward (both were healthy through college).
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Originally posted by mayo49:
Originally posted by John_Candy:
I'm done with Garnett.

I don't know if I completely give up, but it's getting pretty darn close.
people like him and ward were big fish in a little pond of their college but now they are little fish and can not hack it in the nfl. which of course does not explain the niner infatuation with ward no matter the coach or the gm
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