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    Peanut might have a bone chip on his foot.


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    It sounds like he should be able to play, hopefully it doesn't get any worse during the rest of the season.

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    Good thing Shea's wrs suck

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cub_StuckinSTL View Post
    Good thing Shea's wrs suck
    You leave Sheamus out of this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cub_StuckinSTL View Post
    Good thing Shea's wrs suck
    Dude just got over a concussion and here you go tearing him down



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    God dammit

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    @vxmcclure23: Chipped bone in foot shouldn't slow down Charles Tillman. http://t.co/DpT8qV9i

    @JasonLaCanfora: Matt Forte's ankle injury does not appear to be severe enough to threaten him long-term, though his status for this week in question
    No ideas for the moment.

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    Peanut might have a bone chip on his foot.

    I wouldn't mind sitting forte out this week.

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    Yeah, I wouldn't mind sitting Forte until GB

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    we need tillman in the long run. I wouldn't mind him sitting this week out and even the next week. he needs to be ready for packers game
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    is it true that Tillman chipped the bone when he accidentally bumped his foot with his knuckles as he was tying his shoes?

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    I hate to say just rest him until GB, because these next two games are not gimmies. On the flip side we need him for December and January more than we do now. If he's not at risk to worsen it, then play him this week. If a week or two of rest eliminates any risk, then rest him I guess.

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    I personally don't think we have a gimme left on the schedule and I would want every single man avaialble to close this season out. I'm also glad we are not in a position to rest players in week 17.

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    Sit him at least this week. Sea's (I see you CSSTL) WRs are not that good and Kelvin Hayden has been serviceable.

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    I chipped a bone in my foot playing football. Didn't even realize it until a couple of weeks until after it happens. If he can play with pain (which we know he can) he'll be just fine.

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