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Old 01-24-2011, 09:40 PM   #21
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he gave up, dude is soft
LOL. I agree. If the coach wouldn't put me in, I would try to go in so the cams could show it. I agree with those that said they'd have to be carted off.

At least he should have kept them from inserting the #3 for 30 seconds so he could have lead the last drive.

I think he is sick of his offensive line and being battered so he just quit.

I can't believe being 1 drive away and not having any motivation.
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Old 01-24-2011, 09:46 PM   #22
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i don't agree with players immediately "calling him out" either until you have all the facts in hand.

I did notice one thing during the 1st half. I said to myself on numerous occasions "i'm GLAD he's not our QB...". He was missing receivers, bad throws and just isn't the type of general and leader we are lucky to have here. This was before the injury.
Yeah...plus Ben is a warrior. They broke his nose and he went back in. When they hit him in Carolina, his nose started bleeding again.

He has a broken R foot just like Brady. He taped that bad boy up and will address it after the season.

No chance Ben sits without causing a scene.
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Apparently a lot of players were calling him soft because he didn't take any pain shots, and just sat there, but he has diabetes and the shots would have possibly ended in death.
This is an exaggeration. a local injection may cause a rise in blood sugar but that can be monitored and addressed.

Do you know sometimes diabetics even receive systemic steroids if it is indicated? They do. It is all about monitoring these things.
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This is an exaggeration. a local injection may cause a rise in blood sugar but that can be monitored and addressed.

Do you know sometimes diabetics even receive systemic steroids if it is indicated? They do. It is all about monitoring these things.
Its hard to monitor someone who's getting body slammed on the field. But Derrick Brooks who really blasted Culter on twitter said he heard he had diabetes and realized NFL trainers wouldn't give him a shot even if he requested and said he was sorry for his statements. No team would want to risk getting sued over something like that.
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Its hard to monitor someone who's getting body slammed on the field. But Derrick Brooks who really blasted Culter on twitter said he heard he had diabetes and realized NFL trainers wouldn't give him a shot even if he requested and said he was sorry for his statements. No team would want to risk getting sued over something like that.
All that is just people speaking jibberish. Diabetes is not an absolute contraindication to local steroid injections. Blood glucose can be monitored. The local injection MAY raise blood glucose. Like I explained before (even though it is harder to manage in type I Diabeitcs like Jay), if indicated (for certain deseases) systemic steroids (designed to reach bloodstream) may even be given to diabetics. In that case, it would definitely raise BG and insulin adjustments would be made accordingly. In the hands of people that know what they are doing, all can be monitored.
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Jay should have just used telekinesis to win the game like Rivers does...

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