Avulsion Fracture

October 26, 2010 by Post Team 

Avulsion Fracture, Brett Farve is having a bad season so far. The boy was given a ton of garbage back to the league again. He is accused of having an affair, leaving a trail of mobile phone text messages that include pictures of private parts. Your computer is not up to expectations. And today, the news that Favre has a stress fracture in his left ankle that could end his long run of NFL record at 291 consecutive games started.

Man, talk about having a tough go at it. I bet that man is indestructible rethink its strategy of re-turn, now that seems to be hitting the skids professionally and personally.

According to ESPN, Vikings coach Brad Childress said Monday an MRI revealed Favre foot fracture and a “avulsion” fracture of the calcaneus, which is the heel bone. An avulsion fracture occurs when a fragment of bone is pulled off by a tendon or ligament, the ESPN report.

Reports indicate that Farve was walking with a boot today, but something tells me he will get the start of the output slot.

Next up for the Vikes are the New England Patriots, who are surely going to put pressure on Farve if he plays. If the Green Bay game was any indication, Farve still has its old habits. I frantically rush forced him to make bad shots that lead to interceptions.

Regardless of whether or not Farve plays Sunday, one thing is very clear – the ironman Ironman is not the most, inside or outside the field.

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