Last edited by BigRob; 12-12-2012 at 06:28 PM.
Therefore, instead for my usual pictorial representation of obtuse, I can simply explain to him that his armpit (not rpmpit) would be an example of an obtuse angle whenever lloydroid is performing his favorite activity when talking about God's gift to running backs, Jonathan Dwyer (with a remarkable 510 yards and 1 TD this year).
If that is too difficult to understand, here are 8 obtuse angles in a single sign to remind lloydroid what he should problably do the next time he considers droning on and on about cults of people being mislead about NFL injuries.
You understand me? Catching my drift?... Or am I being obtuse?
1.22 OLB Shane Ray 6'3" 245 lbs. Missouri (1)
2.56 CB Jalen Collins 6'1" 203 lbs. Louisiana State (2)
3.87 TE Clive Walford 6'4" 251 lbs. Miami (2-3)
4.121 DE Henry Anderson 6'6" 294 lbs. Stanford (4)
5.160 WR Stefon Diggs 6'0" 195 lbs. Maryland (5)
6.199 OLB Kyle Emanuel 6'3" 255 lbs. North Dakota State (6)
6.212c CB Quandre Diggs 5'9" 196 lbs. Texas (7)
7.239 RB John Crockett 6'0" 217 lbs. North Dakota State (7-FA)
Well for the record I have had a nagging calf injury for over 7 years. I lost weight, I tried different stretches, and I would get it to where I thought it was ready, then bam, I would be running, or making a quick movement and I would strain it again. It happened over and over and over.
That being said, it is finally healthy...but it has been 7 years of on and off frustration. On a side note I think everyone saw the play where Troy reinjured the leg, when he and Keenan Lewis collided in the endzone. There was no mystery in that because his calf made big contact with Lewis.
I think maybe the injury or lack of one that more people would be looking at is Ben's separated shoulder, sprained SC joint, and dislocated rib. Less than a month after the injury the guy shows no pain, makes all of the throws, and even goes head first more than once during the game instead of sliding to protect the injury. Maybe Ben should give Troy whatever he's taking.