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Old 09-21-2012   #32
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Default Re: An Observation and Analysis of a Specific Potential Manning Weakness

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Originally Posted by HOU-TEX View Post
While this, as usual, is great info from doc...Manning still has the best mind of a QB that has ever played in the NFL. I think he's learning what his limitations are with every snap he takes. The best thing going for us at this point is that we're playing them in week 3.

Years ago I cut my wrist while helping a friend with a remodel down in Galvatraz, severing 8 tendons, both arteries and 2 nerves. Needless to say, me and my right forearm were very happy a hand specialist happened to be on call that weekend. He saved my arm from having to be removed (wife even had to sign the paper to give them authority).
Anywho, the nerves never came all the way back. I have a good 75% of feel back, but hardly any motor skills at all (can't spread fingers out, hold small items, etc).

All that said, I learned what I could and could not do and adjusted. I can write again with it, throw a ball, lift weights, shake hands, etc.

He'll learn and he'll adjust as we began seeing in the 2nd half. He'll get his points. Will we?

*edit- Sorry for the story
That's a scary story. Glad you were able to meaningfully recover.
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