2021 49ers Football Season

Not a doctor but why not have surgery to correct the torn labrum especially if you want to keep your spot?

Maybe that is considered tough…but he was not a very good QB with the torn labrum torn. Have to assume without repairing it he would be just as limited this year.

Seems to me…not having the surgery puts him at a HUGE disadvantage if he really wants to compete with a former 4 star QB for the starting nod.

So…I’m confused on this…what am I missing??

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I knew he was hurt, but to me playing a whole year with a torn labrum is a little different.

I don’t know if it was posted he had a torn labrum specifically, but many knew the nature of the injury.

From some googling, surgery is not always needed, sometimes just PT and time.

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Not surprising. This is another example of why Healy wants his own guys.

His own guys would jump to an SEC job too, so would he.

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USC has also hired Greg Adkins, our old OL coach and OC, from the ex-
Marshall staff.

Didn’t our tight ends coach go to Louisville

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In six weeks, Western Kentucky has secured one of FCS’s top young offensive coordinators, one of the subdivision’s most productive quarterbacks, and his top three receivers.

Zappe and the Huskies put up 480 pass yards and three scores at North Texas, 406 and five scores at LA Tech, and 380 and three scores at Eastern Kentucky, but the most notable performance was against Kittley’s former school.

At Texas Tech, Zappe completed 30-of-49 passes for 567 yards with four touchdowns, as the Huskies dropped a 35-33 heartbreaker even though they entered the game as 40-point underdogs. The 567 pass yards were the most ever for an FCS player against an FBS defense. At 458.3 yards per game, Zappe’s average ranks 83.3 yards above the leading FBS passer (Kyle Trask of Florida – 375 yards per game) in 2020.

This is a good podcast. Delivers a Suck it to 7-14 Mike Houston.

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