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    Re: Welcome back TSizzle!



    On another note, I thought he looked jacked on the sideline...

    While he does look big in his chest and arms, he looks a little pudgy around the mid-section.
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    Re: Welcome back TSizzle!

    Quote Originally Posted by NCRAVEN View Post
    On another note, I thought he looked jacked on the sideline...

    While he does look big in his chest and arms, he looks a little pudgy around the mid-section.
    A one-legged, overweight Suggs still instantly becomes the best player on our defense, should he play on Sunday. I'm concerned about Sizzle's health, but hopefully people a lot more knowledgeable than me are making this decision. Wow, I'm suddenly looking forward to kick-off a lot more than I was a few hours ago!




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    Re: Welcome back TSizzle!

    Quote Originally Posted by BMann View Post
    A one-legged, overweight Suggs still instantly becomes the best player on our defense, should he play on Sunday. I'm concerned about Sizzle's health, but hopefully people a lot more knowledgeable than me are making this decision. Wow, I'm suddenly looking forward to kick-off a lot more than I was a few hours ago!
    I'd give him an MRI after every practice, play, quarter, half and game....
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    I doubt we see him.

    This could just be a leaked report to keep the Texans guessing.
    Good point.

    Still think after the Bye makes much more sense.
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  5. #35

    Re: Welcome back TSizzle!

    He ate too many cookies in rehab... His ass is looking big (and so are his jowls).

    Man, if he plays this weekend... it will be interesting to say the least.




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    This is terrible news.....for JFS....If Sizze plays one snap he loses that bet.

    On a serious note I'm very skeptical of this. No way the Ravens rush him back. If memory serves me correctly they've got $23M invested in him for the next two years. The smart money says he comes back for the Oakland game.




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    Re: Welcome back TSizzle!

    TBD




  8. #38

    Re: Welcome back TSizzle!

    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    I doubt we see him.

    This could just be a leaked report to keep the Texans guessing.
    Very true, maybe make them work on shifting their protection




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    Re: Welcome back TSizzle!

    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    I'm waiting for an official word from JFS. Not buying it.
    **crickets...crickets**


    On a series note, maybe they bring him back preseason style?
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    Re: Welcome back TSizzle!

    If Suggs steps on the field and suits up, you can bet your bottom dollar that the Ravens know what they're doing, so I wouldn't worry about it, they and their medical staff know a lot more about the injury than any of us who have been speculating through the past months, and 95 % of us have been wrong on our speculation too, as nobody even really thought of Suggs returning early November, let alone this week.

    Maybe a partially torn achillies isn't as serious as we all thought.




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    Re: Welcome back TSizzle!

    Quote Originally Posted by Jayc00 View Post
    **crickets...crickets**


    On a series note, maybe they bring him back preseason style?
    Paging JFS to the forum




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    Re: Welcome back TSizzle!

    He's definitely got some extra weight on him, which is understandable. Not sure how it will affect him on the field, but I'm sure he'll drop it regardless.

    If he does play sunday, I'm sure it will be in a very limited role. No way do they just throw him out there with only a week of practice.




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    If he plays, it will strictly be as a pass rush specialist.

    If he does that, I'd be shocked if he's effective.

    All that said, he'll be a major boost simply because even 50% Suggs commands a double team which frees at least some of our linebackers and ends to beat one man.
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    Re: Welcome back TSizzle!

    They reported on 105.7 that all of his relatives were buying tickets to the Houston game to watch his return... I'm still highly skeptical of him playing this weekend- I just think it would be dumb after only have 1 week of practice, and with him looking so out of shape (definitely lots of phat on his ass and belly) but even like that he will be a big improvement AFTER he's had a few weeks to get aclimated to football shape- it just seems that he'd be much more exposed to pulling/straining something while trying to go from 0-60 in 4 freakin days. I think he needs at least 2-3 solid weeks of practice before they risk him and allow him to try to be a hero.

    We need to go out and try to win this game on *offense* this week. I thought Glen Clark at WNST made a good point yesterday- Defensive players don't make as big of a difference (in their absence) as offensive players- especially the QB, obviously. His argument centered on the fact that even though the Ravens have been without the BEST defensive player in the NFL, we are still 5-1, but if it was our QB, it would clearly be a much different case to this point. He also pointed to the 5-6 weeks that Ray was out last year, and we still won all but 1 of those games. 1 or 2 defensive players can be schemed around (to compensate)- but missing a big offensive threat is a much bigger issue for teams to overcome and make a run in the playoffs.

    Suggs should be eased back into play, and should NOT be on the field this week- we've done fine without him, and he will be much better off if he is put on the field when he's been acclimated to the football field.




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    All due respect, but you're not a doctor. You can say that he shouldn't play all you want but I trust the Ravens staff more than any of you people.
    My motto was always to keep swinging. Whether I was in a slump or feeling badly or having trouble off the field, the only thing to do was keep swinging. -Hank Aaron




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