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  • McFadden

    20 50.00%
  • Harvin

    9 22.50%
  • Gronkowski

    3 7.50%
  • Other

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    Most Fragile/Injury Prone Player in the NFL?

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    McFadden, absolutely. He's NEVER heathy.

    Kushing came to mind immediately for me... I don't even know if he is, but that's who popped into my mind first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baller1 View Post
    McFadden, absolutely. He's NEVER heathy.

    Kushing came to mind immediately for me... I don't even know if he is, but that's who popped into my mind first.
    McFadden has started like twice as many games the last two years as Harvin? lol Just sayin!

    I'd vote DMC myself though.


    Amendola is another one.

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    Why not, who's the most injury prone on your team?

    Gotta be Amendola though, I know he played through a ****ing groin tear all season but he was SO GOD DAMNED GOOD against Buffalo that first game.







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    Harvin. All self inflicted. "Migraines"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post
    McFadden has started like twice as many games the last two years as Harvin? lol Just sayin!

    I'd vote DMC myself though.

    Amendola is another one.
    Haha, true.

    Just looked it up, DMC's only started double digit games in 2 of his 6 seasons and has never started more than 13 games in a season. That's sad.

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    Michael Vick is a candidate
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    Push between Harvin and DMC
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    Fragile and injury prone are sort of different.... At least to me.
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    It has to be some unnamed player that got drafted in the first 2 or 3 rounds and just never played due to injury.

    I guess it is easy to criticize guys that get injured but when a guy puts life and limb at risk play after play with extreme effort play after play, isn't the expected result some injury? Maybe we should be criticizing guys that don't give that kind of effort every play more than guys that get injured. Guys that get injured payed the ultimate price. If anything, in my view, that is worth respect not ridicule.
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    I would add Gronk to the list but more inujury prone then fragile IMO
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    Yeah, those are some solid options, Gronk is probably the most current injury prone while Harvin fits the fragile mold. From my own team I'd throw Crabtree's name out there, only one "healthy" season so far I believe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by subroc View Post
    It has to be some unnamed player that got drafted in the first 2 or 3 rounds and just never played due to injury.

    I guess it is easy to criticize guys that get injured but when a guy puts life and limb at risk play after play with extreme effort play after play, isn't the expected result some injury? Maybe we should be criticizing guys that don't give that kind of effort every play more than guys that get injured. Guys that get injured payed the ultimate price. If anything, in my view, that is worth respect not ridicule.
    What a stupid post.

    Life and limb... play after play, play after play. Ultimate price. Lol, the drama.

    Those guys that don't give that kind of effort aren't buying houses for their parents, brothers and sisters.

    The ones that do are very respected by their bank accounts.
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    DMC #1. Gronk #2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Superdude View Post
    Why not, who's the most injury prone on your team?

    Gotta be Amendola though, I know he played through a ****ing groin tear all season but he was SO GOD DAMNED GOOD against Buffalo that first game.
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