Discussion in 'NFL Zone' started by Reverend Conehead, Jan 7, 2020.
Lmao definition of deflecting right here.
I'm so confused. Plenty of people saying the NFL is getting soft, and yet a hit that RBs take all the time is worth rioting for?
You’re so threatened by Dak’s clear superiority over your SOFT, inferior, injury-prone #2 overall pick that you’re arguing about it on a Cowboys message board. I love it.
“DURRR BUT DEFLECTING!!1!!”
True. And notice he refuses to explain why all Eagles fans like him all have posters of Joseph Stalin that they worship and have silicone sex dolls of Osama bin Laden to keep them from getting lonely at night. He also keeps a special refrigerator full of D batteries to throw at games. If you own a farm, keep your livestock away from Eagles fans. They steal animals and sacrifice them to Satan at midnight every third Saturday of each month. All Eagles fans are SICKOES.
Lmao you were accusing me of deflecting earlier. Same rule shouldn’t apply to you, princess?
“Princess”? Yeah, I struck a nerve.
You’re shook, just like your average QB when he gets a hangnail.
I guess Garrett gave him permission.
Not really. You see Kuechly just retired? That’s why you don’t play through concussions.
It wasn’t his decision only lol. That’s where @Nav22 and the rest of them don’t understand. He said he was feeling woozy. Med staff checked and diagnosed a concussion. At that point they are the ones who wouldn’t let him back in.
These guys that don’t know what they are talking about are making it seem as him if self-diagnosed a concussion and without any further testing he declared himself out. Which makes no sense but just fits the narrative of those who call him soft.
Kuechly retired because he kept getting concussions, not because he played through them.
That’s like saying, “He confessed to a police officer that he committed murder, but it wasn’t his choice to get arrested. The cops decided to arrest him!”
By telling the medical staff that he was woozy after a head-shot, he DID essentially self-diagnose his concussion.
Gotta realize a second concussion right after a first one could potentially not only be a career-ender (if it affects your vision especially for a QB), but also a life ender.
The difference in that is the murderer knows he murdered someone and confessed vs. a player doesn't know he's concussed but says he's feeling off.
Honestly, since Reid left, I think the Eagles have tried to clean up their dirty play. They've been playing really clean football as far as dirty hits. Faking injuries? Well, some teams excel at that...*coughGiantscough*
Multiple concussions in a row like that can lead to untreatable depression, irritability, etc. I hope Wentz doesn't have to deal with that. (or any player, really, except the A-hats that intentionally play dirty and try to hurt other players)