A lot of fu**ing  idiots on sports radio today. 105.7 The Fan stating this could be a long term issue because the knee cap is weight bearing. 

No, it's not. Jeebus. As long as this is a fairly straight forward non-displaced fracture, he'll be fine. Even if displaced, he still should be fine. The alarmist/shock-jock bullshit disinformation is ridiculous 

packerboi posted:

A lot of fu**ing  idiots on sports radio today. 105.7 The Fan stating this could be a long term issue because the knee cap is weight bearing. 

No, it's not. Jeebus. As long as this is a fairly straight forward non-displaced fracture, he'll be fine. Even if displaced, he still should be fine. The alarmist/shock-jock bullshit disinformation is ridiculous 

Thanks Doc, I feel better

Football Doc tweeted last night that the Yelich injury may not even need surgery and he could be fully ready by Feb.

*edit* here's the tweet



At this point if the Brewers keep winning it will all sort itself out.  The Nationals have a really difficult stretch so that’s good but in terms of Chicago and STL I’m actually pulling for the Cubs.   Why?  The Cardinals are the better team and I’d feel a lot better with Milwaukee matching up against them v St Louis.  

 

Tschmack posted:

At this point if the Brewers keep winning it will all sort itself out.  The Nationals have a really difficult stretch so that’s good but in terms of Chicago and STL I’m actually pulling for the Cubs.   Why?  The Cardinals are the better team and I’d feel a lot better with Milwaukee matching up against them v St Louis.  

 

Nah. The likelihood of catching the Cards is very small. Cards sweep Cubs this weekend effectively ending their season, get in the playoffs, and pull a 2006 Cards...

Don’t disagree it’s not likely but winning the division v wildcard is a big deal.  If Milwaukee keeps winning and those teams split 3-4 or 4-3 there is a chance the Brewers could steal the division. 

Chicago has to win the next two IMO for that to happen.  If STL wins 2 of 3 or sweeps I don’t see them giving up a 4 or 5 game lead with 7-8 games remaining. 

What a great time for Wisconsin sports.  Packers, of course.  Badgers looking good and facing Michigan.  And to me a shocking resurgence of the Brewers after a lot of uncertainty and the loss of Yelich.

I could never have anticipated the Brewer's performance following his loss.  Incredible.

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