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Josh Allen Foot Injury 12.12.21 [He's in a walking boot]


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They ought to shut him down for the rest of the season to avoid further injury. This season's a lost cause, but with a good off-season next year could be what this one was supposed to be.

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11 hours ago, Robs House said:

They ought to shut him down for the rest of the season to avoid further injury. This season's a lost cause, but with a good off-season next year could be what this one was supposed to be.

not a popular take

but is probably the right move

because his mechanics will get screwed up trying to protect his bad foot 

 

 

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20 minutes ago, Spartacus said:

not a popular take

but is probably the right move

because his mechanics will get screwed up trying to protect his bad foot 

 

 

Put Trubisky in and watch him pull a Nick Foles! Yes!!

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2 minutes ago, Ann said:

Fact: If he is anywhere near healthy he plays. Also fact: If we get the lead at the half he sits the remainder of the game. Final fact. If he isnt 100% I want him to rest and come in as the backup in case we need him.....because we need him healthy. 

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From where I'm sitting, this is exactly why the Bills signed Mitch Trubisky. If your backup QB is a quality player, you're not forced into playing an injured starter.

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1 hour ago, Arm of Harm said:

From where I'm sitting, this is exactly why the Bills signed Mitch Trubisky. If your backup QB is a quality player, you're not forced into playing an injured starter.


And you don’t have to switch to relying on a substandard run game. 
 

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Banged Up Bills has an article up:

 

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A foot sprain is just that, a sprain within the foot complex. A brief reminder, a sprain is the stretching and partial tearing of ligaments that connect bones together. 
 

Looking at the anatomy, we can rule out any of the toes since the team noted that Allen does not have turf toe. The specification of the foot removes the ankle complex leaving the midfoot as the area for injury. We can consider the metatarsals as a possible site of injury. The anatomy of the foot is below. 
 

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