Re: Alfonzo Dennard injured
posted at 7/28/2012 8:13 AM EDT
In Response to Re: Alfonzo Dennard injured
[QUOTE]In Response to Re: Alfonzo Dennard injured : It would have been felt better faster if you stuck a finger in your as*hole.
Posted by xxxcrwn[/QUOTE]
If anything, it should at least momentarilly (3 or 4 seconds) take his mind of his hamstring injury...
RE: Dennard being hurt-
I don't want any Pats Player getting injured (obviously)...BUT in this circumstance, IF it had to happen to Anyone in 2012, and IF it "had to" happen at ANY position in 2012...I know this sounds strange- But it couldn't have happened to a better candidate than Alfonzo Dennard.
NE's CB grouping is SO thick this year- Alfonzo Dennard, Kyle Arrington, Sterling Moore, Devin McCourty, Ras I Dowling, Marquice Cole (CB/Safety), Malcolm Williams, and finally Will Allen (Safety/CB).
Out of any Roster spot to unfortunately lose a guy, ya couldn't have picked a better one in 2012.
Same with dennard... He had this same nagging hamstring injuring affecting him late in his Senior Year in College this past season... Add in his legal issues and December or January Court Date + The potential for said injury to develop into something which could be keeping him on and off IRs and such for years, IF NE happened to play him real heavy during his rook year when he still has this nagging injury + The greater chance that we'd have to trim some of the decent CBs that it took a little less than a Century to shore up that position in depth, come final cut-down day (e.g. In favor by sheer simplicities of numbers elsewhere, keeping a lesser talent somewhere else, and releasing a greater talent at the CB spot just for positional numbers sake)...
This is good. As "good" as this sort of news can
be, I suppose. Dennard can clear up his off-field stuff, heal himself as fully as possible, and focus purely on learning the In's and Out's of NE's D & Secondary schemes, while also getting some added Secondary CB Pro Football fundamentals under his belt, as opposed to simply being thrown to the wolves out on the field (which, given the contingencies, could be disastrous in a number of long-term ways in Dennard's present situation).