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Old 09-13-2013   #13
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Default Re: Wednesday Injury Report: Texans vs. Titans

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Originally Posted by ObsiWan View Post
So Foster's subpar output was due, most likely to the fact he's not 100% yet. And continued "off games" likely mean he shouldn't have come back just yet?

How long before Cush gets his game strength back...? Another month? Half the season? Next year?
Correct as pertains to what I see in Foster.

As far as Cushing, 12 months [notwithstanding the "miracle" early (still 9 months for return to first game play) and strong Adrian Peterson] is still the more reasonable mark to better assess his progress (~1 1/2 months from now). By then it is more likely that he will regain more lower limb strength. It may take up to 2 years to make a final assessment as to how far he CAN come back. I know that all the box jump videos and the like seem impressive and get everyone's blood stirring, but in the big picture, it serves as a good show, not a reflection of prediction of on-field return performance coming back from an ACL.

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