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3 hours ago, CR91 said:

 

Yea because I'm a doctor and suppose to know the difference

Then don't make posts like "Brees had the same injury". You look like a clown.

 

 

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3 hours ago, Shane Bond said:

Then don't make posts like "Brees had the same injury". You look like a clown.

 

 

 

It's the same old god darn name. I don't know which tear is worse. You're acting like this is common knowledge. When did he tear it

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11 minutes ago, CR91 said:

 

It's the same old god darn name. I don't know which tear is worse. You're acting like this is common knowledge. When did he tear it

Point is not about your knowledge. It is about your derogatory comments on Peyton with your "assumption" of the knowledge.

 

Its the same name with a prefix "partial". Partial is worse than full tear. Read below from ESPN.

 

"Sources told ESPN that Manning has battled plantar fasciitis for weeks but is believed to have aggravated the injury against Indianapolis on Nov. 8, resulting in a partial tear of his plantar fascia. Almost always, a partial tear is more painful to play with than a complete tear."

 

http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/14143938/peyton-manning-denver-broncos-torn-plantar-fascia-left-foot

 

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5 hours ago, OffensivelyPC said:

No, don't discard them.  Just act like playing on a torn plantar fascia is no different than playing healthy. 

 

http://gifsec.com/wp-content/uploads/GIF/2014/03/-rolling-eyes-GIF.gif?gs=a

Except that there's no proof that Peyton was even injured through his first 6-7 games or so.  Not even on the injury report for his foot .

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When it comes to Peyton, It is amazing the amount of discussion that goes on about him.  Everyone's an expert on the subject, and it's amazing how so many experts can have so many differing of opinions.  

 

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back to the original topic.....   I watched the game from start to finish.  I watched the sideline interactions.  Peyton was fully supportive of Brock when he was in, and vice versa.   Of course, no one is going to jump for joy being pulled from a game, but Brock was clearly happy when the Broncos were scoring, he was very supportive of Peyton and happy for the Broncos win.    Anyone who thinks otherwise, clearly did not watch the game.   And, btw,  that is my expert opinion :P

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18 hours ago, CR91 said:

 

how is a complete tear not more painful then a partial

 

It's true.  Eli Manning had a complete tear in week 4 of the 2009 season and never missed a start.  The difference also depends on location and how much is torn.  So it's not just a matter of pain tolerance.  And it takes 12 weeks or so to fully recover, so Brees and Manning are still playing injured to some degree.

 

A simple rule of thumb for soft tissue healing, if not disrupted by re-injury, is 20% at 2 weeks, 80% at 6-8 weeks, and 100% at 12 or more weeks.

 

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2 hours ago, ViriLudant said:

Except that there's no proof that Peyton was even injured through his first 6-7 games or so.  Not even on the injury report for his foot .

 

Here is a report saying Manning was playing with plantar fasciitis that evolved into a partial tear.

 

http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/eye-on-football/25376466/report-peyton-manning-has-torn-plantar-fascia-in-right-foot

 

This thread has completely derailed from the original  topic (which was suspect anyway).

 

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