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Posted by jptiger2009 on 2/8 at 7:56 am
Would speak volumes considering it would take 3-straight road wins and an upset victory at home vs portlandia. I not only have a good feeling this can happen, but going into the break on the team's 2nd 5-win streak would show that this team DOES have the ability for consistency.

On a side note, EG's "doc's orders" have gotta be trashed after the break. A sore back has nothing to do with his knee, and besides that, we need him to get back to full form to give the team confidence going into next season. This will also be a plus when attracting big time free agents.



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Posted by Jester on 2/8 at 8:01 am to jptiger2009
We need to stay on Gordon's docs' rehab schedule. His continued health is too much to risk in another bad year.


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Posted by RonFNSwanson on 2/8 at 8:02 am to jptiger2009
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Would speak volumes considering it would take 3-straight road wins and an upset victory at home vs portlandia. I not only have a good feeling this can happen, but going into the break on the team's 2nd 5-win streak would show that this team DOES have the ability for consistency.


They are all winnable games for sure. We just have to play defense. Can't keep giving up 100+.

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On a side note, EG's "doc's orders" have gotta be trashed after the break. A sore back has nothing to do with his knee, and besides that, we need him to get back to full form to give the team confidence going into next season. This will also be a plus when attracting big time free agents.


I'd rather us not take a chance on him this early, maybe the last few weeks of the season.



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Posted by TigerinATL on 2/8 at 8:06 am to jptiger2009
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A sore back has nothing to do with his knee


This isn't necessarily true. Often times we use, or rather over use, other muscles to compensate for an injury. If we ever get a 100% Gordon, I don't think we see it until next season. There's no reason to risk injury by pushing him too hard when it doesn't matter.


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Posted by jptiger2009 on 2/8 at 8:16 am to TigerinATL
This is true, and you make a good point: will we ever see a 100% Gordon? You would think the surgery would prevent future issues with tendonitis, right?


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