This x's 1000.Certainly the actual surgeries are more advanced
But I imagine the much faster recovery time has to do with much more aggressive PT interventions
- instead of immobilizing for 3 months, they probably jump into targeted recovery a few days after surgery
Yeah, everyone on here said he wouldn't be back until week 8.Kwon played like himself this season after his Achilles tear too.
I guess that’s why many are saying that Jameson Williams will still be a first rd pick despite that ACL injury.
Better/more advanced procedures.Akers - torn achilles
Watt - torn pectoral
Henry - broken foot
Winston - ACL
It wasn't that long ago not only would you easily miss the rest of the season with these injuries, but you may not even be the same player the following season.
Add on a player like Burrow who suffered his ACL tear pretty fast into the season, yet he's come back with no ill effects.
Winston looks like he could play next week.
And their RB who trucked Baker.Cooper Kupp torn his ACL a few seasons ago and came back better than ever. What a steal he’s been for the Rams.
Yeah, all he did was miss the NFL rushing record by 8 yards and got the MVP..lol. That was a crazy season.The first anomaly I remember was Adrian Peterson. Dude tore a couple ligaments and I thought he’d miss all season coming up. He was ready by preseason or something.
I hope Winston is ready quickly.
From what I understand, the issue with CGM is he didn't get surgery when he needed it, and that was for a long time. I think he tried to rehab without the surgery, and that didn't work, then he got the surgery at such a late stage that it put this last season at risk.Players have to want to come back and play. Think it was more mental than physical with MT. Will be interesting how things play out.
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