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Old 11-03-2017, 03:14 PM   #16
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Default Re: Andrew Luck- ANOTHER “Injury Prone” Player, Like Gronk, JJ Watt, etc

you know Luck was already out this year for surgery right?

there was no injury...
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Old 11-03-2017, 03:18 PM   #17
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you know Luck was already out this year for surgery right?

there was no injury...




They JUST put himon IR

what are you typing about hillbilly?
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Old 11-03-2017, 03:27 PM   #18
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They JUST put himon IR

what are you typing about hillbilly?
He hasn't played a snap this year...he's been out the whole year because of his surgery

they just put him on IR, because their year is over, no need to bring him in
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Old 11-03-2017, 06:21 PM   #19
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He hasn't played a snap this year...he's been out the whole year because of his surgery

they just put him on IR, because their year is over, no need to bring him in




All year he was “gonna start practicing “ etc

My goodness

Point is he’s missed ALOT of games in his career. And he’s one of the biggest baddest QBs in last 20 years.

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Old 11-03-2017, 09:56 PM   #20
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They gave up on him for the year because the Colts are 2-6
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Old 11-04-2017, 01:02 AM   #21
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They gave up on him for the year because the Colts are 2-6




How come he didn’t play in Week 1,2,3,4...

He got week muscle fibers too?

Low bone density like Kevin white???



Or when he got his kidney lacerated was it because he had weak kidney walls ???



He’s injured a lot

He must be just a weak human.

Only explanation why right?

Or Deshaun Watson ??

Dang. Both knees torn now.

Must be another weak human.

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Old 11-04-2017, 02:29 AM   #22
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Default Re: Andrew Luck- ANOTHER “Injury Prone” Player, Like Gronk, JJ Watt, etc

Former teammate D'Qwell Jackson and also Steve Young think its possible this bum shoulder my ruin, even end his career.

I'm a fan of Luck and I don't really believe that but I also saw a tweet that mentioned the frame between being the opening say starter, September 2019 and the last time he's consistently played.

It was a pretty staggering window of time that has to be freaky for Colts fans.

GM Grigson and drunk pill head Irsay ruined Luck like the REdskins roon'd RGIII to an extent except the difference is that Luck is a sure thing in a pro style offense and Griffin probably would have failed independent of the injuries
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Old 11-04-2017, 06:31 AM   #23
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Default Re: Andrew Luck- ANOTHER “Injury Prone” Player, Like Gronk, JJ Watt, etc

I thought he retired already.. haven't watched him play for like 2 years..
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Old 11-04-2017, 12:40 PM   #24
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Default Re: Andrew Luck- ANOTHER “Injury Prone” Player, Like Gronk, JJ Watt, etc

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Former teammate D'Qwell Jackson and also Steve Young think its possible this bum shoulder my ruin, even end his career.

I'm a fan of Luck and I don't really believe that but I also saw a tweet that mentioned the frame between being the opening say starter, September 2019 and the last time he's consistently played.

It was a pretty staggering window of time that has to be freaky for Colts fans.

GM Grigson and drunk pill head Irsay ruined Luck like the REdskins roon'd RGIII to an extent except the difference is that Luck is a sure thing in a pro style offense and Griffin probably would have failed independent of the injuries

This is terrible. I remember Luck had lingering issues a few years back and they never actually let him recovered.

This is a problem with alot of sports franchises. They rush back players without them properly healing due to the obvious pressures of winning. But this makes it even worst as the player isn't 100% and will soon break down quicker. Let the player rest.

I remember back in 2007 Alex Smith suffered a bad shoulder injury on his throwing arm in the beginning of the season and the head coach at the time forced him to come back like 5 weeks later. Smith came back and looked absolutely terrible and you can tell his arm was ****ed up as his passes were sailing and simple passes like 10 yard out was being overthrown completely. He was then put on the IR. The coach then called him out on his toughness for not playing through the injury. Smith the next year missed the entire year with another shoulder injury on his throwing arm.

Point is don't **** with injuries and let the players rest. Alot of these coaches have an old school mindset by being tough and what not but that just makes it worst.

And it's also the Colts fault for surrounding him with such a shitty offensive line.
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Old 11-04-2017, 02:59 PM   #25
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Our line was/is bad, but it's also true he holds onto the ball a lot and takes hits that a Brady, Manning, Brees wouldn't because the ball comes out on time.
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