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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Originally Posted by strato Why would cut a superbowl winning RB...lol..oh you wouldnt know..candicane You are asking the wrong Guy. Ask your buddy who said that you guys are the same with Bush as without him! LOL....

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Old 09-22-2010, 01:15 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by strato View Post
Why would cut a superbowl winning RB...lol..oh you wouldnt know..candicane
You are asking the wrong Guy. Ask your buddy who said that you guys are the same with Bush as without him! LOL.
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Old 09-22-2010, 01:26 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by caddieman View Post
Then you should cut him it you don't need him........................Right? lol!
I didn't say any where we didn't need him. He adds an extra dynamic to our offense... which is quite valuable. However, we have zero issues with putting up points with him out for extended amounts of time... which is a fact.

You are asking the wrong Guy. Ask your buddy who said that you guys are the same with Bush as without him! LOL.
Once again, you're pulling words out your backside. We aren't the same without Bush... obviously our offense changes without him in there as certain plays won't be called anymore. With that said, we have zero issues of replacing his production else where on the roster as we've done with stars on our team in the past. When Colston went down, Lance Moore stepped up. When Bush goes down, Mike Bell and Pierre Thomas brought their game to a different level. When Jamal Brown got hurt, Bushrod stepped in and we won a Superbowl.

We're a talented team with a great system. When one player goes down, we tinker a couple of things and we're still a well oiled offensive machine. FACT. While Bush will be missed as DC's always had to account for him, we've shown in the past on numerous occasions that we can more than survive a month and whatever without him.

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Old 09-22-2010, 01:42 PM   #23
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33 points a game without him and a 8-4 record. thats all we need to know. besides what kind of fracture his injury is. thats where paytons going to play bluff the opponents what game he will be back. there's so many different degree's of damage. 4-12 weeks depending.
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Old 09-22-2010, 02:51 PM   #24
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Originally Posted by D_it_up View Post
I had a clean break of both the tibia and the fibula of my right leg when I was a child. I was in a cast for about three months. I still had to walk on crutches for about three weeks after the cast was removed, but I was able to start adding more pressure to my step every day. Now, I was not even close to the physical stature that Reggie Bush is, but I was very active and athletic. I know that a fracture isn't as severe as a clean break, and the recovery time is probably less, but I honestly would be surprised if he is back on the field in six weeks.
Your situation was different. The Tibia is the weight bearing bone. That is why you were off for so long. The Fibula is a non-weight bearing bone.

Rest easy. Unless there are complications 4-6 weeks is the norm for recovery.
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It is impossible to predict exactly how long it will take for any fracture to heal. Variable factors include age, sex and previous state of health and conditioning. The average healing time for this fracture is 4 to 6 weeks. Healing is considered complete when there is no motion at the fracture site and when X-rays show complete bone union.
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