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    Re: Lolley Critical Of Tomlin

    Quote Originally Posted by Oviedo
    Screw Lolley. He is one of those after the fact media geniuses. You can't predict injuries and it could have hapened at anytime.

    IMO a cheap shot by a JV Journalist trying to get attention.
    Agreed. You can't play scared. Injuries are part of the game. You have to let your starters get some reps under game conditions or you're gonna lose your first few regular season games anyways.

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    Re: Lolley Critical Of Tomlin

    Quote Originally Posted by StarSpangledSteeler
    Quote Originally Posted by Oviedo
    Screw Lolley. He is one of those after the fact media geniuses. You can't predict injuries and it could have hapened at anytime.

    IMO a cheap shot by a JV Journalist trying to get attention.
    Agreed. You can't play scared. Injuries are part of the game. You have to let your starters get some reps under game conditions or you're gonna lose your first few regular season games anyways.
    This is preseason. There is a reason that many teams don't play their starters at all in the 4th game - to avoid injuries.

    And, with any luck, "game conditions" will not include Scott playing at RT.

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    Re: Lolley Critical Of Tomlin

    Quote Originally Posted by phillyesq
    Quote Originally Posted by StarSpangledSteeler
    Quote Originally Posted by Oviedo
    Screw Lolley. He is one of those after the fact media geniuses. You can't predict injuries and it could have hapened at anytime.

    IMO a cheap shot by a JV Journalist trying to get attention.
    Agreed. You can't play scared. Injuries are part of the game. You have to let your starters get some reps under game conditions or you're gonna lose your first few regular season games anyways.
    This is preseason. There is a reason that many teams don't play their starters at all in the 4th game - to avoid injuries.

    And, with any luck, "game conditions" will not include Scott playing at RT.
    Speaking of which, anyone hear anything about Scott's injury? He got his ankle rolled up on a Justin Vincent run. Only a mild sprain, or something more?


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