Early Good Sign On Talib

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    Talib is MVP so fae

    Part of reason we lost last yr when he went down with Gronk and Jones

     
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    In response to Harvey-Wallbanger's comment:
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    He was in the locker room. Bad news is, Mayo, Amendola and Connolly were not.

    Amendola and Connolly with concussions, not surprising, but Mayo is concerning.  Having  an All Pro kind of year so far and obviously a great player regardless of T Troll.

     

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    Mayo may have earned  a day off from the facilities.  Here's to hoping.  

     
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    Losing Mayo would hurt.  Hope it's nothing that keeps him out too long (though he did look in pain when he grabbed his shoulder after the play).  The good news is that guys are really stepping up this year when starters get injured.  Mayo's a hard guy to replace, but we've got a number of decent back-up LBs who can fill in until he gets healthy. 

     
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    Losing Mayo would hurt.  Hope it's nothing that keeps him out too long (though he did look in pain when he grabbed his shoulder after the play).  The good news is that guys are really stepping up this year when starters get injured.  Mayo's a hard guy to replace, but we've got a number of decent back-up LBs who can fill in until he gets healthy. 

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    I guess Spikes, Hightower and Collins would fill in.  Spikes is not too good in coverage, and Collins hasn't played much, but he is suppose to be a decent coverage guy.

     
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    Re: Early Good Sign On Talib

    Mike reiss reported that Talib did not walk with a limp

     
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    Mike reiss reported that Talib did not walk with a limp

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    Talib walked down the stairs to the locker room under his own power without a noticeable limp.  (I had the binoculars on him after the injury.)  I'm hoping it's more a tweak than anything that will keep him out too long.  Mayo concerns me a little more, but I didn't see what was going on with him on the sidelines after the injury.  

     
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    Losing Mayo would hurt.  Hope it's nothing that keeps him out too long (though he did look in pain when he grabbed his shoulder after the play).  The good news is that guys are really stepping up this year when starters get injured.  Mayo's a hard guy to replace, but we've got a number of decent back-up LBs who can fill in until he gets healthy. 

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    Best positive way to look at it, yes.  Collins, Fletcher.

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    Yeah, I believe Collins was on the field a lot after the Mayo injury and as far as I remember held up well.  The Saints ran the ball a lot and the D held up okay.  The Saints don't present the most ferocious "ground and pound" attack--it's more a finesse style--but our LBs got through their first challenge without Mayo okay. 

     

     
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    If there is any player who will play hurt, it will be talib. I love seeing him on the sideline reacting to the offense.  He looks like he wants to go out there  knock the defense of the other team around.

     
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    Amendola is going to be out a couple of weeks, might not see him until after the BYE. The guy was knocked unconscious really bad, could barely keep himself up after he regained consciousness. Even if he says he's ready, the Pats will keep him out for precautions.

    Mayo, on the other hand, is a big loss. And TCal, so far this season, gave him his due so cut TCal some slack. But maybe Hightower can fill in for the runs and Collins increases his workload for coverage to mAke up for Mayo till he comes back.

     

     

     

     
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    didn't Adalius thomas have a hip injury that pretty much endes his career.  he was useless after it. 

     
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    I think you're thinking of Roosevelt ColvinColvin

     
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    Mike reiss reported that Talib did not walk with a limp

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    Talib walked down the stairs to the locker room under his own power without a noticeable limp.  (I had the binoculars on him after the injury.)  I'm hoping it's more a tweak than anything that will keep him out too long.  Mayo concerns me a little more, but I didn't see what was going on with him on the sidelines after the injury.  

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    Watched the replay of the game and it looked like they were checking near his collarbone. I hope it's not broken 4-6 weeks if so.

     
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    Hope he can play soon, he has been outstanding. Mayo looked like he was on his way to his best year as well, he's doing a great job leading the defense.

    i think they catch a break playing the Jets - Gino Smith looks like he might be pretty good someday, but not so much in the short term. I think the D can handle the Jets even with some missing pieces. The offense (even without Amendola) is improving weekly, so I think they will be able to score. It might be worth resting Talib even if he says he's ready just to let him heal up a little more. 

     
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    I am hearing after the bye week for both Amendola and Connolly. Nothing heard on Talib....hearing very bad on Mayo. Most likely the season. Nothing definitive at the moment...place is tighter than a drum on injuries...as usual.

     
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    I am hearing after the bye week for both Amendola and Connolly. Nothing heard on Talib....hearing very bad on Mayo. Most likely the season. Nothing definitive at the moment...place is tighter than a drum on injuries...as usual.

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    Really? You've heard Mayo could be gone for the year? Man, if that is true, it would really be a blow when compiled with losing Wilfork. Hope Mayo gets back in a few weeks, but I have no idea.

     
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    If Mayo is out, see if Ray Lewis is getting an itch...........only 1/2 joking

     
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    losing mayo would be a big concern. The pats have options. Of course Collins and fletcher, but nink in a pinch could play lb as well. 

     
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    I have to think Mayo already having surgery is a sign that the team feels he could be back this year. Question is, in this injury depleted state, can the team afford to hold a spot for him?

     
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    Re: Early Good Sign On Talib

    The New England Patriots announced that they have re-signed DT Andre Neblett to the 53-man roster, placed LB Jerod Mayo on injured reserve and signed CB Travis Howard to the practice squad. 

    Mayo suffered his injury in the fourth quarter of the victory over New Orleans last Sunday. 

     
     

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