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    Re: Brett Favre’s Elbow & Chris Cook’s Knee

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    Is there 1 of the 2010 draft seeing the field so far 2010 draft a bust
    Cook and Gerheart have seen the field.

    De'Geare I'm not sure about.. Webb isn't supposed to see the field for a long while....
    DeGeare got into the Detroit, special team plays

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    Re: Brett Favre’s Elbow & Chris Cook’s Knee

    Cook is listed as out
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    Re: Brett Favre’s Elbow & Chris Cook’s Knee

    soonerbornNbred wrote:
    Is there 1 of the 2010 draft seeing the field ........snip.......
    I kindof hope we are starting to see a trend in that regard.

    No team should have to rely on thier rooks as much as this team has since 2006.
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    Re: Brett Favre’s Elbow & Chris Cook’s Knee

    Marrdro wrote:
    soonerbornNbred wrote:
    Is there 1 of the 2010 draft seeing the field ........snip.......
    I kindof hope we are starting to see a trend in that regard.

    No team should have to rely on thier rooks as much as this team has since 2006.
    Except for the fact that if Cook was healthy we would be relying on him because we are weak in the secondary and if Gerhart was sound he would be useful too with the loss of Taylor and no other quality back to replace him on the roster. It isn't like all of the rookies had insurmountable odds at beating someone out to get on the field. And we are 1-2 not undefeated and looking unbeatable at every position.

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    Re: Brett Favre’s Elbow & Chris Cook’s Knee

    I am not really worried about Cook's knee yet. But Favre's arm is a bit different. Depending upon how severe the tendonitis is, affects his ability to throw long down the field.

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    Re: Brett Favre’s Elbow & Chris Cook’s Knee

    vike_mike wrote:
    I am not really worried about Cook's knee yet. But Favre's arm is a bit different. Depending upon how severe the tendonitis is, affects his ability to throw long down the field.
    Well, it seems as though it is having an impact on his throwing. IMHO if he can't play without holding his elbow in pain we should sit him until it is healed.

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    Re: Brett Favre’s Elbow & Chris Cook’s Knee

    Purple Floyd wrote:
    Marrdro wrote:
    soonerbornNbred wrote:
    Is there 1 of the 2010 draft seeing the field ........snip.......
    I kindof hope we are starting to see a trend in that regard.

    No team should have to rely on thier rooks as much as this team has since 2006.
    Except for the fact that if Cook was healthy we would be relying on him because we are weak in the secondary and if Gerhart was sound he would be useful too with the loss of Taylor and no other quality back to replace him on the roster. It isn't like all of the rookies had insurmountable odds at beating someone out to get on the field. And we are 1-2 not undefeated and looking unbeatable at every position.
    Good points but I am of a different mind on the CT thing.

    I kindof like that AD can be in there now and doesn't have to come out at much. Makes us less predictable IMHO. Besides, it wasn't that long ago teams featured only one back.

    And our S has been playing pretty good this year without Cook especially when you consider how much help they haven't been getting with respect to pressure from our DL.
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