Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by xpmar9x, Jan 8, 2013.
Total reconstruction on his right knee per @mortereport
Career in trouble.
Him and shanahan decided he would become a pocket passer this offseasom
Acl torn in same spot as it was in 2009. He may be ready for next season, but I'll bet they don't run the read option anymore.
Well RG3 to me sounds like the name of a robot or something, then you watch him play sometimes and you're mesmerized by him out there as if he weren't human, then the fact he's really got nuts and bolts holding his legs together and RG3 just sounds like a cool name for an electrifying player with hardware store parts holding him together.
He's suppose to be ready by Week 1. People said the same thing about AP, then look what happened... although i'm certain AP is a robot and/or alien.
RG3 has a good arm, if he's limited athletically he'll still be good, just not elite. People were saying all year he'd end up hurt and then he'd learn his lesson... hopefully he did. SLIDE.
You know, I heard a story from Kat Williams the comedian, and he said there was an Olympic sprinter with prosthetic legs who won a race and was later disqualified because it was later determined those fake legs gave him/her an unfair advantage.
Does RG3 having rubber bands in his knee make him faster?
So in other words it was impossible for anyone to see where you were going with that.. got it.
Anyone who knew it takes screws and such to repair a busted knee might have got it.
I called this.
The redskins are so stupid. Shanahan should be fired for how he managed the whole situation, and his son should be fired for how he used RG3.
They ran this guy into the ground worse than we ran CJ2K into the ground. It was totally idiotic. Giving him so many designed runs for such a lanky guy who's had injury history in the past. I knew his career wouldn't last long the way they used him, didn't know it would be quite so short though.
It's so nice that GoTitans.com helps the special ones
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