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ESPN.com: Washington QB Alex Smith cleared by his surgical team for full football activity


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47 minutes ago, justice98 said:

 

He said that Allen was still sore and he didn't want him taking another shot.  But that if Allen is ok this week, he's the starter.

 

Still, it may be notable that it indicates that Rivera has less apprehension about the physical concerns and limitations on Smith's rebuilt leg, than he does about Allen with a sore arm who was cleared.

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12 minutes ago, Malapropismic Depository said:

 

Still, it may be notable that it indicates that Rivera has less apprehension about the physical concerns and limitations on Smith's rebuilt leg, than he does about Allen with a sore arm who was cleared.

 

Agreed, there were more reasons to take Smith out than leave him in.

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This is... kind of messed up. Suggests he was trying to “test” Smith’s leg. NFL is ruthless man. 
 

Nvm, tweet had a bad word in it. Basically a video of Donald laughing on the sideline and saying “that MF’ing leg is strong”. 
 

 

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Chemo is going to Riverras head if he keeps starting Smith. He has Zero chance of doing anything in the NFL going forward. He lost 3 steps and yes even with no games in 2 years slow as hell Checkdown Charlie is not what Skins need and he is definitely not the future. Let Kyle Allen play it out and daft a QB next year.

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That was John Beck against the Bills in 2011 levels of bad.  It was RG3 against the Chiefs in 2013 levels of bad.  It's also the same exact way he played when Peterson was stuffed and the opposing offense put up points early and often back in 2018.  

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