MoFugger wrote: ↑
Thu Nov 21, 2019 9:45 pm
Richie wrote: ↑
Thu Nov 21, 2019 11:22 am
Yeah, he was so badly injured that he's not even on the injury report and practiced fully about 60 hours later.
Yeah. Because such a thing has never...EVER... Occurred in the NFL before.
Just my opinion, but you seem almost desperate to have this be something it's not.
I have not once even criticized the Bears or Nagy for what happened. I get it. So, it would seem that you are projecting a lot onto that post.
I do not recall a starting QB leaving the game hurt or "purely injury purposes" on a Sunday and then not missing a single beat with practice/preparation for the next game. A full go all week without a hitch. If it has happened; it is certainly not the norm. So, your incredulous reaction is not a substitute for a coherent talking point.
I find it next to impossible to believe that he would have been pulled had he been playing well. Therefore, my speculation is that it is that it was not purely for "injury". It's that simple. 2 + 2 = 4.
It's really that simple. I can't even begin to tell you how much I don't give a shit about the story. I think it's incredibly silly that fans and media are sensationalizing what happened. As if it was a monumental display of organizational incompetence.
So, go take that nonsense to someone who is actually doing that. Thanks