Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by NewsBot, Oct 11, 2013.
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Easy Miles you might pull up lame getting fired up and excited
The amazing recuperative powers of Terrance Williams.
I'm not sure, but it might've been @theebs who mentioned that they might hold Miles out until the Redskins game regardless of what was reported. So sounds like the expected rehab time to me.
I agree on the TW angle. I like our depth here. Miles has a serious threat to his #2 WR role. I am sure this has helped things, perhaps even unknowingly speeding up Miles' recovery.
Funny but true
I hate to defend Miles over this, but Hamstring problems can be so hard to get over. Especially in a sport like this.
He can sit behind Williams and Beasley. Or at the very least he should be slot with Williams still starting opposite Dez.
I hope they still keep Beasley active
Good. I don't care who starts, just be productive.
Why because Williams had one good game?
Other than the fumble the game prior, he's had two very good games. Beyond that, he is supposed to be the future #2 WR on this team. At some point, you have to let the future guy take over. He and Miles don't play the spot anyway. Miles is a slot receiver.
I understand the love Williams is getting but at this point in time he's no Miles Austin when miles is healthy.
Wait until he has to accelerate to try and catch a small overthrow! Ham and beans all over again.
Yeah, but is Miles really healthy or is he going to be playing at 75% or so?
Agree! I'm thrilled to have Miles back. The more the merrier. Wishing away another weapon for this offense is like wishing away a wet t-shirt contest.
Williams and Beasley are the magic healing powers.
He's back, but I would bet money that he re-injures the hamstring again sometime in the next several weeks. I don't know a whole lot about the subject, but from what I have read and watch regarding hamstring injuries, once you start getting them, it becomes easier and easier to get them again. When healed, there is scar tissue on the hamstring which isn't as pliable as the original tissue, and the stress on that tissue increases the chance of re-injury. Miles has had several of these injuries in the past several years, so I'm somewhat expecting a repeat of last year when this nagged him all season.
yea steve dennis said it on the Monday after he injured it against the rams. Said he was told don't expect him till the skins game.
Well, hopefully Miles is giving Michael Vick some advice on how to heal quickly from hamstring problems.