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Old 11-01-2009, 01:06 PM   #1
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For anyone that listened to the game on KOA, did they say how severe it was?
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Old 11-01-2009, 01:08 PM   #2
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For anyone that listened to the game on KOA, did they say how severe it was?
I heard big toe, which if true, could be a big problem. Even little big toe injuries mess up linemen badly. That's where their push comes from.

Hope it's something really little
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Old 11-01-2009, 01:39 PM   #3
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This little piggy went to the market..this little piggy got all ****ed up
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Old 11-01-2009, 01:57 PM   #4
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Ryan Harris was on crutches, with right foot heavily wrapped and in one of those soft, flat-bottom shoes
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Old 11-01-2009, 02:18 PM   #5
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man up and just cut the thing off.
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This little piggy went to the market..this little piggy got all ****ed up
well played sir
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That sucks. He was really playing well for us. At least it's not season ending.
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Old 11-01-2009, 05:36 PM   #10
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If we lose him for an extended period of time it will be a huge blow. Way worse than losing this stupid game.
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Old 11-01-2009, 05:42 PM   #11
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Big toe is worse for a speed and cutting player than a lineman! If he missed a game he's a p***Y! The Ice and the Boot are to minimize swelling and keep him off it as a precaution. A stubbed big toe hurts like hell when you first do it
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What if he has the dreaded turf toe.
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Old 11-01-2009, 05:59 PM   #14
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If its the big toe its not good its used for balance, really hinders planting and driving. Something needed for a tackle against DE's.

Hope its not anything too bad and if so hope Polumbus or whomever can step in and step up.
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Old 11-01-2009, 06:00 PM   #15
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Polumbus seemed to hold his own today. The pressure mainly came from the middle, not the edges.
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Big toe is worse for a speed and cutting player than a lineman! If he missed a game he's a p***Y! The Ice and the Boot are to minimize swelling and keep him off it as a precaution. A stubbed big toe hurts like hell when you first do it
the big tow is a big issue for a lineman. I thought you knew football and were a pupil under some greats or something. I know its all made up but at least know something about football, and injuries if you are going to lie!
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Polumbus seemed to hold his own today. The pressure mainly came from the middle, not the edges.
Yeah I liked what I saw from Polumbus, but losing Harris would be a huge blow. Hope he's ok.
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Old 11-01-2009, 08:10 PM   #18
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Polumbus seemed to hold his own today. The pressure mainly came from the middle, not the edges.
From what I was able to see on the dish 76 held his own, Hamilton on the other hand was a problem.
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Old 11-01-2009, 08:35 PM   #19
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From what I was able to see on the dish 76 held his own, Hamilton on the other hand was a problem.
Maybe we can put Harris with his boot in for Hamilton next week.

Couldn't be much worse.

Harris with a boot > Hamilton

I'm going to send Hamilton a pair of rollerskates for Christmas. With a note on it telling him his old pair looks worn out.
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Old 11-01-2009, 09:57 PM   #20
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the big tow is a big issue for a lineman. I thought you knew football and were a pupil under some greats or something. I know its all made up but at least know something about football, and injuries if you are going to lie!

I'm a girl and I friggen know that a big toe is HUGE issue for a lineman. My goodness...I think that was just about the dumbest post I have read on a message board in my 5 years of posting on them.

Balance and planting Warrior.....2 of the key jobs of a lineman. And the big toe is the biggest part of balance and planting.

Wow, just wow.

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Big toe is worse for a speed and cutting player than a lineman! If he missed a game he's a p***Y! The Ice and the Boot are to minimize swelling and keep him off it as a precaution. A stubbed big toe hurts like hell when you first do it
Big difference between stubbing your toe on a door jam and turf toe....but I just figured a football genius like yourself would know the difference.
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I'm a girl and I friggen know that a big toe is HUGE issue for a lineman. My goodness...I think that was just about the dumbest post I have read on a message board in my 5 years of posting on them.

Balance and planting Warrior.....2 of the key jobs of a lineman. And the big toe is the biggest part of balance and planting.

Wow, just wow.
Shouldn't you be Give me McLove.
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Polumbus seemed to hold his own today. The pressure mainly came from the middle, not the edges.
exactly. Polumbus was fine. it was Hamilton and Weigman getting owned today. as much as i like those guys, it is time to get younger and bigger at their positions
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Shouldn't you be Give me McLove.
McGEM. I came over from the Forums and saw the dandy post earlier and had to post.

Give me McLove works also.
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Just a bit for Warrior....he's a p***Y if he misses time eh?

http://www.webmd.com/a-to-z-guides/turf-toe

Turf toe injury is most commonly seen when an axial load is delivered to a foot fixed in equinus. The typical scenario, which often occurs in football linemen, involves the fixation of the forefoot on the ground in the dorsiflexed position with the heel raised. An outside force then pushes the foot into further dorsiflexion, resulting in traumatic hyperextension of the hallux MTP joint (see Image 1). Although turf toe is most frequently seen in football players, it can occur in athletes in any sport (eg, basketball, soccer, rugby).

Once thought to be a low-morbidity injury, significant disability can occur with damage to the periarticular structures of the MTP joint complex. This often is accompanied by both long- and short-term sequelae. As many as 50% of those with turf toe injuries have persistent symptoms after 5 years. In the short term, running and pushing-off are compromised, and players frequently miss games and practices. Possible long-term sequelae include hallux rigidus, hallux valgus, hallux cock-up deformity, and failure to regain push-off strength.
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