MJD May have Lisfranc

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  1. CloakNNNdagger

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    Seems to be a trendy injury now, and since the stats say that it happens in less than 0.3% of foot injuries, a bit surprising.
     
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    Lisfranc is no bueno for running back.
     
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    Doc, of what "money just in time" do you speak? IIRC, his holdout resulted in fines, not a scale bump. MoJo played hard ball and new owner dude played soft balls since that's what he had a fist full of and was squeezing. As was hammered ad nauseum in the media MJD had NO leverage.

    Schaub recovered (and really well from what we're seeing) but when all that was being discussed you pointed out many times how it's so much different for a RB. Granted, all speculation at this point but let's say that's what the end result is. Given MJD's age, wear & tear, that could be the Fat Lady for him, huh?

    And I'm with you sincerely in hoping that's not the case. I really like watching him do his thing. 'Cept against us of coarse.

    I'll hang up and listen. :D
     
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    Didn't McFadden also have it last year?
     
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    Hipster Schaub had one before it was cool. :shades:
     
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    This Liz Frank chick sure does get around. First Schaub, then Santonio Holmes, now MJD? I bet Favre has already a sent her a dozen texts.
     
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    Haven't you read The Diary Of Liz Franc??? :smiliepalm:
     
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    Should have put a sarcasm there.:bubbles:

    The Lions RB Kevin Jones couldnÂ’t be a more representative example. A 1100+ yd RB as a rookie (only 3rd in LionsÂ’ history). One and one half years later he suffered a left Lisfranc. His career took a down hill course from there. Two years later, he suffered severe left ankle ligament tears.......one year later, he found himself in the UFL.
     
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    Indeed, he did. McFadden is averaging 17.2 carries and 54 yards per game rushing.....that is 324 yds/103 carries this year. At this point last season, McFadden was the top back in the NFL with 111 carries for 610 yards.
     
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    You forgot Cedric Benson and Ryan Kalil...............that shameless whore!:kitten:
     
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    I feel sorry for him if he does have lisfranc. I like MJD, I think he's good from the league.

    I don't feel sorry for the Jags though.
     
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    Lisfrancs . . .trendy?? :strangle:
     
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    To be fair, I have seen Mcfadden run a lot this year. They have changed from a power running scheme to a zone blocking scheme and the holes are just not there like they were last year.
     
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    Foot sprain is a very generic term. It many times refers to ankle ligament sprains. But, technically a midfoot sprain is a Lisfranc. When Grade I, especially, and Grade II (nonsurgical) also occurs, these can sometimes be more "sugar-coated" with the label "sprained foot."

    Depending on severity, the Grade I or II non Lisfranc foot sprain (nonsurgically treated) will typically require anywhere from 2 to 6 weeks of recovery before returning to play.
     
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    I'm glad you said that because I was doubting my sanity when I heard it reported that it was a mid-foot sprain but NOT a Lisfranc. I was trying to think of ways I could sprain the middle of my foot without doing something to the tarsus/metatarsal junction thingamajig. Cause that's kinda the definition of a Lisfranc, right?
     
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    You are indeed correct about the thingamajig-Lisfanc "connection"!:)
    I had to chuckle about the headlines "

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    Not all Lisfranc injuries require surgery........ala, McFadden.

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    One of many headlines floating around:
    Jones-Drew has mid-foot sprain, not Lisfranc injury:wadepalm::kubepalm:
     
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    Just a "mid foot sprain.........NOT a Lisfranc"???? Right! Didn't make any sense. Now he's been placed on permanent IR and going in for surgery on his Lisfranc. The delayed surgery will very likely compromise his eventual functional outcome. Ideally, a Lisfranc in a serious athlete should be taken to surgery within 12-24 hours following injury, or by 7-10 days when most of the acute swelling has subsided.

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