VIDEO: Drew Henson Week 8 Passing plays

Discussion in 'Artwork Zone' started by theebs, May 6, 2006.

  1. Rack Bauer

    Rack Bauer Federal Agent

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    I think I'll take the word of a college professor on the matter over that of some internet nobody.

    A sprain is a tear. Sometimes it's so minor it won't even keep you out of 1 game, but it is still a tear.
  2. chinch

    chinch No Quarter

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    i think i'll ignore you about anthing related to human anatomy or injury reports.

    you know that old saying often applies... those who can't do.... teach... LOL.

    over and out.
  3. RCowboyFan

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    Not to get into your arguments, but Chinch from what I remember has been correct about couple of other medical/injury related to issues.

    But I have few links for you that seems to indicate Chinch is correct here but you are also correct in a way, since Grade 1 is stretch with micro tears:

    Also it lists with each grade time to recovery. Grade I 10-14 days, Grade II 3 weeks or so and Grade III 5 weeks or so. I guess Henson has Grade I most likely if he is day to day.
  4. Rack Bauer

    Rack Bauer Federal Agent

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    That's not "correct in a way". That's "correct".
  5. CowboyMike

    CowboyMike Stay Thirsty, My Friends

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    I did some calculating Spagnola style, factoring Drew's stats as if he was had played a full 16 game NFL season.

    After 8 games (3 quarters each) of NFL Europe, Drew Henson has:

    9 TD Passes
    3 Interceptions
    1,188 Passing Yards

    If you take into account his average per quarter, and make it as if her were playing for quarters a game instead of three, then take that average for 16 games, Drew would have:

    24 TD Passes
    8 Interceptions
    3,168 Passing Yards

    Pretty average, but efficient.

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