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Discussion in 'Miami Dolphins Forum' started by Rick 1966, Nov 20, 2023.
Bad omen for the kid. Young talented but again just maybe too small for the NFL. Hope he’s ok but we are going to be in some trouble if we can’t get a no2 Rb that can move the chains. Mosert has been good but we need a game breaker
Dodgy knees can kill your career in any sport at professional level. Maybe rushed back too soon? Small or not, the kid's a baller, so I really hope he gets healthy and stays healthy.
I feel for the kid; I had so much hope for him. Maybe next year.
Just keep him off the field until the Cowboys game. We want him 100% against the home stretch that will likely determine playoff seeding
I doubt he'll play again this season.
Let’s hope he heals up. Tough luck for him.
We got a lot of doctors on this site.
Does anyone know what exactly the injury is because I don't remember hearing anything specific this whole time. Now it's "reaggrivation". Is it just a sprain?
It was a sprained knee. From what I read he wanted to come back in the game but McDaniel said no. I think they're just going to be cautious.
Every statement from the team has been he got a boo boo and was on the sideline ready to come back in and wanting to come back in but coach's decision to make him sit. He'll have 150 yds and 2 TDs vs the jesters. In the first half
I'm not a doctor nor do I play one on TV, but he was already out 4 weeks and then reaggravated it. You think sitting it for a week will be enough when 4 weeks wasn't?
He probably could have came back into the game yesterday if they really needed him.
Is it that bad? I just assumed he re-aggravated his knee injury.
He broke his wrist.
He did. But if he hurt it again after resting it for a whole month, I feel like that's not a good sign.
What's a 'boo boo'?
That's not a term in the UK ?
It means a very slight injury that's made out to be bigger than it really is.
Pretty sure you're thinking of the guy from Buffalo. I Googled it and only see that he's getting second opinions on his knee.
I understood it from kids shows when my kids where young.
"Dolphins coach Mike McDaniel said rookie running back De’Von Achane’s knee has improved to the extent there’s a possibility he could play Friday against the New York Jets.
“It’s not going to require surgery or anything,” McDaniel said Monday. “We’re getting extra feedback.”
I said it during the game, but it looked like he was limping even before his knee was fell on and he went out. Maybe MM knows he won't play, but is saying this to keep the Jets guessing right now, but I don't think it's serious enough to shut him down for the season. He was on the sideline with his helmet after he was checked out in the Raiders game. MM and his staff seem to be really cautious with guys and I think he's just saving him for later in the season. He may or may not be back for the Jets, but definitely won't miss the rest of the season.
McDaniel said yesterday in his press conference that it's day to day and doesn't need surgery. He was non-comital on this week so I'd expect to see Wilson Jr activated again.
Still a bit stunned we are trotting out Ahmed ahead of Wilson tbh.
Ahmed was placed on IR. Mostert and Wilson are the only healthy running backs right now.
Darrynton Evans was just signed to the practice squad.
Also, the Dolphins didn't practice today. But, IF they did, Achane would have practiced with a limited designation.
Brooks not ready yet?
To be honest, I’d rather see him out there than Wilson or Ahmed. IIRC, they only have two moves left where they can bring guys off IR. I’m guessing that they are juggling need with readiness in who they are going to use those last 2 moves on, especially with seven games still to go.