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How did we end up with more people injured AFTER the bye week, than before?

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Every NFL team has their share of injuries. 

If it seems the injury rate is high it's because teams and players do not take as much risk as in the past. The players are taken out of games if there is any sign of a concussion so that makes the numbers a little higher too. 

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8 hours ago, rock8591 said:

How did we end up with more people injured AFTER the bye week, than before?

I was wondering the same thing.   I was hoping we'd be healthy for this game against the Texans.

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Sure would like the experience of Desir or Hooker out there tomorrow.  Could hurt us playing by not playing more man coverages if Rock struggles early.

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K Moore is an underrated impact guy...especially in a game against a loose play QB where his tackling and blitzing moxie is tough to replace at the nickel position.

 

He has become a player with particular set of skills...

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After coming off of a by week, the injury list is still as long as a guerillas arm. 

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Why do we always have so many injuries? I really hope Campbell, Lewis, and Kenny are the only guys out, we really need Desir and Hooker.

Also, I’ll bet there’s no way Big Q doesn’t play

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49 minutes ago, ztboiler said:

K Moore is an underrated impact guy...especially in a game against a loose play QB where his tackling and blitzing moxie is tough to replace at the nickel position.

 

He has become a player with particular set of skills...

Skills he has acquired over a very long career. Skills that make him a nightmare for people like Deshaun Watson

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57 minutes ago, LuckyHorseShoe§ said:

Skills he has acquired over a very long career. Skills that make him a nightmare for people like Deshaun Watson

 

Kenny Moore is in his third year and only 24. 

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6 minutes ago, egg said:

 

Kenny Moore is in his third year and only 24. 

Was just going to post this.... I guess it's been a long three years for LHS....

 

As an aside..... When is it just time to tough it out for Lewis? And when do the colts just figure his ship has sailed..... I know he's young, but good lord ... He's always out

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25 minutes ago, Shafty138 said:

Was just going to post this.... I guess it's been a long three years for LHS....

 

As an aside..... When is it just time to tough it out for Lewis? And when do the colts just figure his ship has sailed..... I know he's young, but good lord ... He's always out

Well, he's still on his rookie contract, so he's cheap, so, until you get someone better to replace him on the roster he stays.

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49 minutes ago, egg said:

 

Kenny Moore is in his third year and only 24. 

It’s a joke dude. I was quoting Taken because the other guy said “A particular set of skills”

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3 hours ago, LuckyHorseShoe§ said:

Skills he has acquired over a very long career. Skills that make him a nightmare for people like Deshaun Watson

taken liam neeson GIF

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5 hours ago, Shafty138 said:

Was just going to post this.... I guess it's been a long three years for LHS....

 

As an aside..... When is it just time to tough it out for Lewis? And when do the colts just figure his ship has sailed..... I know he's young, but good lord ... He's always out

He’s not a guy you hold your breath for either. Wouldn’t be surprised if he’s another Terrell Basham who gets cut early into his career. The best ability is availability. So if you’ve got limited ability as a player and then on top of that, you can’t stay healthy, you’re building your own coffin at this point.

 

With a great IDL (and the top 3 are seniors) coming in 2020, I could see him not making next years roster.

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6 hours ago, 2006Coltsbestever said:

taken liam neeson GIF

Can we make Liam Neeson a temporary member of the defense? If I saw him lined up across from me I’d be pretty terrified

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23 minutes ago, LuckyHorseShoe§ said:

Can we make Liam Neeson a temporary member of the defense? If I saw him lined up across from me I’d be pretty terrified

I agree, haha . When he speaks he means business. 

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1 minute ago, 2006Coltsbestever said:

I agree, haha . When he speaks he means business. 

We already have obi-wan jacoby, why not add qui-gon jin.......(yes, I'm a nerd).

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