Wednesday, January 30, 2013

"Grit, Spit, and a Whole Lot of ..... Antler Spray??"

So Ray Lewis is a fast healer?

Whattya gonna do? Make a federal case of it?

So what if a triceps tear is relatively rare? So what if a shockingly fast 2 1/2 month recovery to playing speed in MID-SEASON doesn't pass the smell test of an injury that is SUPPOSED to take 4-6 months?

Antler spray. Uh, huh.

Here's what one medical expert had to say about the injury back in October...
A significant force is required to completely tear away the triceps tendon, which typically occurs in a traumatic fall onto the arm or among players in sports such as weight lifting and professional football. In the general population, triceps tears are quite rare, but such factors as steroid injections, anabolic steroid use, underlying medical disease (metabolic disorders) and olecranon bursitis can increase the risk of partial or complete tears.
Hmm... well, now.

But again, "he has never failed a test!"

Just like Lance.

The whole episode reminds me of my favorite scene from Madagascar.

Alex: "Sixty-nine months?!"
Penquins: "Six TO nine months."
Alex: "Where do you pull that number out of?"


  1. Lock it up:
    Number of bars across Lewis' facemask will be greater than the number of Super Bowl viewers.

  2. If he played for your team you would love him.

    1. Not so fast. Brett Favre played for my team for a long time. Loved having him to a point, but then it went really sour. All the offseason flip flopping, critical interceptions, and eventual defection to division rival, sext-a-dong, etc - it was and is over. The majority of packer fans agree - you don't see many #4 jerseys at Lambeau these days.

  3. Don't forget the 8 month full recovery of one Adrian Peterson. Oh wait, he just has good genetics.

  4. Not to mention AP looks like the incredible hulk only more shredded.