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Old 11-29-2012, 04:36 PM
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Default Sanu hurt in practice; out for the year

To see medical staff tomorrow morning. Status for Sunday in question. Hopefully it's nothing.

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Old 11-29-2012, 04:42 PM
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Well hey, Hawkins and Whalen get a turn manning up and getting it done. Sorry for Mo though. This stinks!
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foot injuries are never good. Best case scenario week 15 at Steelers. worst case scenario IR done for the year. hope im wrong. you never see someone return quickly with a foot injury.
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Old 11-29-2012, 04:48 PM
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foot injuries are never good. Best case scenario week 15 at Steelers. worst case scenario IR done for the year. hope im wrong. you never see someone return quickly with a foot injury.


I hope you are wrong on this one. Could be just a twisted ankle.

Says he is listed as limited, we will see.

Damn, just when i thought we had a legit #2.
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foot injuries are never good. Best case scenario week 15 at Steelers. worst case scenario IR done for the year. hope im wrong. you never see someone return quickly with a foot injury.
hopefully its minor. If not its time for Tate Whalen to Step up.. The return of hawkins will help..

But if we need another 6'2" + body with good hands let O Charles play some slot.
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This is what, the third injury from practice?

I understand train hard play hard, but damn. Don't injure yourself for no reason...
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This is what, the third injury from practice?

I understand train hard play hard, but damn. Don't injure yourself for no reason...
its very easy to injury a foot.

Im sure no one is trying to get hurt especially a young stud that finally shining.

But you gotta practice like you play. (or you dont play) Full Speed.

injuries happen and we the fans the players or the coaches cant be worried about it every second of every practice. or else we would have 53 grown men running around in bubble wrap inside plastic tackle bubbles. and they would be too timid to play this game.
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its very easy to injury a foot.

Im sure no one is trying to get hurt especially a young stud that finally shining.

But you gotta practice like you play. (or you dont play) Full Speed.

injuries happen and we the fans the players or the coaches cant be worried about it every second of every practice. or else we would have 53 grown men running around in bubble wrap inside plastic tackle bubbles. and they would be too timid to play this game.
I have absolutely no problems if our training staff wants to slap some bubble wrap on his foot and send him out there on sunday.
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Old 11-29-2012, 05:16 PM
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Hopefully just precautionary.
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Old 11-29-2012, 05:19 PM
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Anybody know anything specific like when he hurt it did he come out immediately or was he able to practice on it and the pain got too severe? If its the 2nd option its a good sign and we could have him back by week 16 possibly sooner definitely by playoffs even if severe. If its the 1st scenario hes less than 50 to be back by superbowl. and we would probably IR him anyway.
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This is what, the third injury from practice?

I understand train hard play hard, but damn. Don't injure yourself for no reason...

Like I said in another thread you never see a Bengal down on the field for very long, Coaches obviously have them well conditioned by beating the hell out of them in practice.

Hoping Sanu's injury isn't serious...
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Word is Marvin Jones (he needs a nickname can't just call him Marvin, Jones, or MJ) is having about 25-30 family members at the game. Be a great time for a coming out party.
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Joe Reedy ‏@joereedy WR Mohamed Sanu shows up on the injury report as limited with a foot injury. Will be seen by team's medical staff in the morning



Limited makes me think it's less severe.
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Old 11-29-2012, 05:25 PM
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Joe Reedy ‏@joereedy WR Mohamed Sanu shows up on the injury report as limited with a foot injury. Will be seen by team's medical staff in the morning



Limited makes me think it's less severe.
linited could also mean he was practicing full go until he hurt his foot. howard was limited the day he got hurt also.
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Old 11-29-2012, 05:28 PM
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Sanu is a durable athlete im sure its not as bad as some are making it out I expect to see him out there sunday.
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This is what, the third injury from practice?

I understand train hard play hard, but damn. Don't injure yourself for no reason...
Unfortunately, you sort of have to practice. Heck if their practices reduce anymore then they won't see a field until game day.
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its very easy to injury a foot.

Im sure no one is trying to get hurt especially a young stud that finally shining.

But you gotta practice like you play. (or you dont play) Full Speed.

injuries happen and we the fans the players or the coaches cant be worried about it every second of every practice. or else we would have 53 grown men running around in bubble wrap inside plastic tackle bubbles. and they would be too timid to play this game.
Ironically, Sanu was criticized by the coaches for not practicing hard enough. I just hope he is a fast healer.
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Ironically, Sanu was criticized by the coaches for not practicing hard enough. I just hope he is a fast healer.
I was about to post the same thing all I want for christmas is to see Sanu, Hawkins, Green, and Peerman.
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Im a little concerned about receiver. Dalton is playing well though should make whoever lines up opposite AJ look good regardless. Only thing concerning is tate doesnt run the proper route all the time. Havent seen enough if mj to know if hes capable and binns tires quickly and hawkins is purely a slot and an extremely short 1 at that. whalen is a question mark at best. It may force us to be creative and run more 2 tightend sets like the Pats until Sanu recovers.
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Im a little concerned about receiver. Dalton is playing well though should make whoever lines up opposite AJ look good regardless. Only thing concerning is tate doesnt run the proper route all the time. Havent seen enough if mj to know if hes capable and binns tires quickly and hawkins is purely a slot and an extremely short 1 at that. whalen is a question mark at best. It may force us to be creative and run more 2 tightend sets like the Pats until Sanu recovers.


I say give Marvin Jones a shot out wide if Sanu can't go Sunday. Move the receivers
around. Not for Tate getting much playing time though, from what i have seen of the WR's
he brings the least of any of them.

Tate's route running seems suspect.
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I say give Marvin Jones a shot out wide if Sanu can't go Sunday. Move the receivers
around. Not for Tate getting much playing time though, from what i have seen of the WR's
he brings the least of any of them.

Tate's route running seems suspect.
Thing I like about binns is he will fight for the ball in traffic like sanu. He just shows fatigue alot quicker. I haven really seen mj fight for it in traffic just yet. though if hes 100 percent definitely more of a vertical threat.
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To see medical staff tomorrow morning. Status for Sunday in question. Hopefully it's nothing.

http://www.bengals.com/news/article-1/Notes-Sanu-to-meet-with-doctors-Zimmer-event/f546ec3a-972f-494a-8f76-02c6fd962cb4
Somewhere right now, Neek is drinking heavily over this news. Well I can't have him out do me, better crack two beers.
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Well hey, Hawkins and Whalen get a turn manning up and getting it done. Sorry for Mo though. This stinks!
Heh I have no faith in Whalen. However Marvin Jones is now healthy it may be time for the other rookie to step up and make an impact like Mo has if he can't go or is limited.


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I say give Marvin Jones a shot out wide if Sanu can't go Sunday. Move the receivers
around. Not for Tate getting much playing time though, from what i have seen of the WR's
he brings the least of any of them.

Tate's route running seems suspect.
I would give Marvin Jones a shot regardless if Sanu is good to go or not. He is a vertical threat and with the Chargers most likely double covering AJ and Jamming him at the line it will benefit us to have a possible deep threat target on the other side. Hawkins is still a valuable slot and gadget play guy so having him back will help as well.

I am hoping Mo can go but I wouldn't want to rush him back and end up losing him for the Dallas game were he will be needed.

It would be nice to see Mo, Jones, and Hawkins all contributing till the end though.

Also Gresham is going to need to step up big time.
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Thing I like about binns is he will fight for the ball in traffic like sanu. He just shows fatigue alot quicker. I haven really seen mj fight for it in traffic just yet. though if hes 100 percent definitely more of a vertical threat.

Yeah, and Binns has shown good after the catch ability.

Still for giving Marvin Jones some more snaps. Dalton missed him on one play that could
have been huge last week. I just don't want to see Tate out there. Hawk is a gamechanger
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