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Thread: Two receiver injuries led to turnovers today...

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    Two receiver injuries led to turnovers today...

    First Dedrick Epps coughs up the ball, then Santonio Holmes does the same.

    Is it just a fluke or does it say something about the Jets?

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    was Epps even a catch?

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    the fact that epps was even playing says something about the jets

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    Quote Originally Posted by cant wait View Post
    the fact that epps was even playing says something about the jets

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    Quote Originally Posted by jzelada121 View Post
    was Epps even a catch?
    The ruling was "yes" it was a catch.

    Tebow now has a 100% completion percentage(1/1) for the year. That's better than Mark Sanchez by a factor of 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cant wait View Post
    the fact that epps was even playing says something about the jets
    epps, cumberland, turner and kerley. these are practice squad players for most teams.

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    Is there a hamstring injury on record as debilitating as Kellers? Is it a serious injury not being publicized?

    And what on earth happened to Holmes? He went down like he'd torn every ligament and tendon in his left knee. The team communicates a knee injury and now it was his FOOT? This isn't weird to anyone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryu79 View Post
    Is there a hamstring injury on record as debilitating as Kellers? Is it a serious injury not being publicized?

    And what on earth happened to Holmes? He went down like he'd torn every ligament and tendon in his left knee. The team communicates a knee injury and now it was his FOOT? This isn't weird to anyone?
    It was hard enough to forgive coughing up the football like he did when it was assumed to be a major injury... now.... sweet jeebus... what a mess.

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    Keller is average and add Greene and Powell as your running backs your in for a long season.

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