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Notice that he's keeping the heel of his plant foot on the ground. I have a feeling that his ankle is still a bit tender. I wish him the best and hope he can play, but not at the expense of a promising NFL career. I think he still looks another two weeks from being back up to snuff. The body needs time to heal properly.
Reply17 months
He looks tentative to me He will play but he’s still favoring it a little
Reply17 months
Want LSU to prepare for 2 QBs.
Reply17 months
So screens/slants all day long because they dont want him to scramble Or get sacked. Doubt we see many bombs Unless refs just them hold us as usual... we need to blitz the shite out of him and make him doubt his ankle
Reply17 months
He's crippled. I'd start the other guy and let him try to make something happen and simply manage the game. Let the chips fall however they may. LSU wins no matter what.
Reply17 months
All eyes not on Tua...stop posting this garbage. We all know he’s playing. Don’t create news because you have nothing to report TigerDroppings.
Reply17 months
Is all a ruse. They did this so every questionable hit will be flagged
Reply17 months
Standing and throwing is MUCH different than a rambling and being tackled by the legs
Reply17 months
Given it is his front foot I wonder if that further impacts his throws. Seems like if that is tender he likely releases the ball weaker and higher.
Reply17 months
That’s exactly what happened to Mahomes early this season.
17 months
We will get flagged for any tackle below his neck
Reply17 months
this. his strike zone will be about 6 inches high somewhere in the torso.
17 months
I’m sure he’ll play, but not at 100%
Reply17 months
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