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Old 01-14-2013   #41
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then you have a player who's last significant actual playing time was in 2010. He didn't play in 2011, 2012 he really didn't get on the field much at all and 2013 will be spent recuperating. I feel bad for Posey but he's fast falling into the Benny Joppru bizarro world at this point.
Not really. He didn't play in 2011 in college due to suspension not injury. This was only his rookie season seems a little early to compare a player who tore his achilles in the last game of the season to a guy who was here for a few years and always knicked up to the point of not being able to play all the time.
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I am literally sick.

I had no idea the extent of his injury until just now.

The glimmer of hope I had for 2013 was that we "have" a promising young WR. Now we don't. And with that injury, it's almost impossible for him to be the same.

What a rotten thing to happen to him.
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Not really. He didn't play in 2011 in college due to suspension not injury. This was only his rookie season seems a little early to compare a player who tore his achilles in the last game of the season to a guy who was here for a few years and always knicked up to the point of not being able to play all the time.
By the time he gets on the field again he'll be three years removed from significant playing time. When Joppru finally got on the field for the Texans after three seasons of IR in a row he didn't even make the team. Inactivity is a death sentence for these guys careers.
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I kinda feel bad for Posey. Going by what coaches and players have said throughout the year, he's busted his bust trying to get on the field. I wish him the best of luck in his rehab to get back.
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Wow, was not aware how different this is compared to the knee. In 6 months he could be back to light physical activity, but 1 yr for football activity at subpar performance. Put him on the shelf for next year and then if all goes well, he can be 75%-90% the following year.
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This means Martin's got to step up next year. Best wishes to Posey.
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Bad news about Posey. I never understood the way the Texans drafted wr last year. I know wr is a crap shoot in the draft but the Texans seemed to take it to another level.
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This means Martin's got to step up next year. Best wishes to Posey.
Martin actually played well this year. Was criminally underused IMO. He's a slot guy though. Isn't on the field as much because Kubiak loves the 2 TE sets. Still need a legit #2. That was supposed to be Posey, but can't count on that anymore. Maybe Jean steps up, but we need to add to add some talent here in the draft.
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Really trying hard to understand why people act like this is such devastating news as if we lost some big time receiver in the making. Posey had proven nothing in this league. Hell, he couldn't even take the reigns from the guys like Walter, Martin, and Jean. He hadn't played in like two years as far as this season went as well. He made a play or two in the last few weeks and that was no better then the sporadic plays that Martin and Jean would come up with from time to time.

Sucks for him to have an injury like that, and I feel bad for any player who gets a bad injury, but this is not a loss at all to the Texans. This guy wasn't promising, nor had he proven anything. He was just another guy on the back of our depth chart like Molden and other guys that people put high hopes for who never did anything on the NFL level.
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Really trying hard to understand why people act like this is such devastating news as if we lost some big time receiver in the making. Posey had proven nothing in this league. Hell, he couldn't even take the reigns from the guys like Walter, Martin, and Jean. He hadn't played in like two years as far as this season went as well. He made a play or two in the last few weeks and that was no better then the sporadic plays that Martin and Jean would come up with from time to time.

Sucks for him to have an injury like that, and I feel bad for any player who gets a bad injury, but this is not a loss at all to the Texans. This guy wasn't promising, nor had he proven anything. He was just another guy on the back of our depth chart like Molden and other guys that people put high hopes for who never did anything on the NFL level.
he's a loss if you considered him the guy that was acceding to a prominent role in this wr depleted offense. No, he isn't proven but he was the proverbial egg in the basket. We're back to finding the next Andre Davis or another 3rd round wr that will take a year to mature and develop.
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he's a loss if you considered him the guy that was acceding to a prominent role in this wr depleted offense. No, he isn't proven but he was the proverbial egg in the basket. We're back to finding the next Andre Davis or another 3rd round wr that will take a year to mature and develop.
I don't think he was anything but another Andre Davis type of guy. I mean, he couldn't even hardly see the field this season when he had Walter, Jean, and Martin in front of him. You think fans from other teams are discussing and wondering what is going to happen with Devier Posey?? Not a chance. The only reason why he is even remotely relevant or even a subject of conversation around here is because he is a Texan that was drafted last season, and was probably going to be the next way over hyped guy that fans of this team get all excited about like they did with JJ and then Jean/Walter from a few pre season games.
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he's a loss if you considered him the guy that was acceding to a prominent role in this wr depleted offense. No, he isn't proven but he was the proverbial egg in the basket. We're back to finding the next Andre Davis or another 3rd round wr that will take a year to mature and develop.
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I don't think he was anything but another Andre Davis type of guy. I mean, he couldn't even hardly see the field this season when he had Walter, Jean, and Martin in front of him. You think fans from other teams are discussing and wondering what is going to happen with Devier Posey?? Not a chance. The only reason why he is even remotely relevant or even a subject of conversation around here is because he is a Texan that was drafted last season, and was probably going to be the next way over hyped guy that fans of this team get all excited about like they did with JJ and then Jean/Walter from a few pre season games.
Most teams expect starters out of rounds 1,2, & 3....and at least role players in round 4. By itself it isn't a catastrophic loss but it is a tangible loss if you are the kind of team that builds though the draft (yeah, they all do...semi-sarcasm here). Last time I checked they don't get that pick back and there are good players on other teams that are going to start next season that we passed on.
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I don't think he was anything but another Andre Davis type of guy. I mean, he couldn't even hardly see the field this season when he had Walter, Jean, and Martin in front of him. You think fans from other teams are discussing and wondering what is going to happen with Devier Posey?? Not a chance. The only reason why he is even remotely relevant or even a subject of conversation around here is because he is a Texan that was drafted last season, and was probably going to be the next way over hyped guy that fans of this team get all excited about like they did with JJ and then Jean/Walter from a few pre season games.
I think you might have underestimated his upside, Tex. I know he was behind Walter, Jean, and Martin in the beginning because, for all intents and purposes, he basically sat out his senior season in college, and frankly, I didn't expect to see him on the field at all this season. The fact that during the season, he was able impress Kubiak enough with his work ethic to the point that he was able to surpass Walter, Jean, and Martin in the pecking order and actually see significant time on the field, and make some plays . . that happened a lot faster than I expected. It told me that this kid had what it took mentally to try to do things necessary to excel.

It was only just about a minute before he blew out his Achilles, that I was thinking, "Wow, just think what he could do for us next year", with this season behind him, and the the further progression in the mini-camps and in another training camp. I saw an emerging star on the rise.

And now it will never be. That's what's so tragic.
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I'm not holding it against any player that hasn't seen enough playing time behind Walter. The Walter favoritism is getting really old.
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Posey made a couple of real good plays Sunday, and in a modest sort of way it could be considered his "coming out party". This is an unfortunate setback for the team at a position where it really needs help at, and this particular type of injury has to be nothing short of a devastating setback to young Posey and his hopes of succeeding in the NFL.
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Its time for me to put this kid far in the back of my mind and hope for a surprise one day.
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Not really. He didn't play in 2011 in college due to suspension not injury. This was only his rookie season seems a little early to compare a player who tore his achilles in the last game of the season to a guy who was here for a few years and always knicked up to the point of not being able to play all the time.
Achilles tendon rupture is very commonly preceded by an "aura" tendonitis. The continued inflammation eventually breaks down and weakens the tendon until it finally ruptures. Going into the Draft, one of the significant concerns was his size because he seemed to always be dealing with a list of "minor" injuries. Many said that he would have to bulk up to be successful in the NFL.

You may find it interesting to know that throughout his college career, he would wear a patellar tendon band below his knee joint, sometimes on the right, sometimes on the left and sometimes on both sides. Patellar tendon bands are worn by athletes that are having problems due to patellar tendonitis (inflammation/also known as Jumper's or Runner's knee [remember Cushing's patellar tendon rupture]).






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Don't sell Posey short.

He had had several good games in college against NFL-caliber DBs.

In 09, for example, he went to Oregon and tallied 8 catches for 101 yards against a very good pass defense that include 4 guys now playing in the NFL: T.J. Ward, Walter Thurmond, Jairus Byrd, and Patrick Chung.
And these guys had one to two years of experience ahead of him

Those are just one example of the kind of team/players he went up against in college with QBs that were not even considered good passing college QBs.
Ohio St. don't pass the ball all that much to start with, especially when compared to the Big 12.
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From everything I have read this is a 6-11 month recovery time for a highly active athlete such as an NFL player. I would expect him to be back in time for the season if surgery goes as expected with no complications. Getting him back to pre injury form obviously could be much longer. Maybe he can get back to form middle to late season in time for playoffs should we return. Maybe its not all doom and gloom.

CB Leon Hall ruptured his achillies in mid Nov of 2011 and played in every game in 2012.

LB Terrell Suggs partially tore achillies in May of this year and was back in Oct and played in every game since.
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