"IDIOT POSTER OF THE MONTH SO FAR...GWP-- You have won IPM Award for your failure to completely comprehend a clear post & then choose to attack someone who points out your ignorance. While you are not yet in the same No Class Catagory as deRoberts, ClemTiger117 & Tigerdug23, you are getting closer to the Sewer Dwellers." - coachmac
come in if needed, but not necessarily healed completely. By the time the GT game rolls around, he'll be that much closer to completely healed. So, if we're winning comfortably, I doubt he sees the field 'til Atlanta.
My post states that if he is healed, he should start. "Pushing it" implies he is not healed. What I have read is that he is throwing without pain. If there is some danger in playing him (according to the doctors) then of course he should not play. But if he is ready, he is our clear starting QB, so he should start!
If he's healed and there's no risk of further injury, why
Nov 5, 2014, 9:25 AM
would you not play him? If he's not healed why would he be cleared to play if needed?
What happened to the "every week we're playing a nameless, faceless opponent?" If we were playing against FSU or South Carolina this week, I have no doubts Watson would play and start. He's our best QB by a mile, and the offense pretty much sucks with Stoudt at the helm. I doubt we break 20 if Watson doesn't play. Will that be enough to win? Probably, but it's going to be seen as another bad performance by the voters and we're going to look bad on national TV to recruits.