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Milano & Edmunds Injuries are day-to-day

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33 minutes ago, Royale with Cheese said:

Awesome!  I can now stop kicking my dog in anger.

My dog read that and wants me to ask you where you live cuz she cant type.

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30 minutes ago, Mr. WEO said:

Everything for everyone is pretty much day to day....

I've noticed my bathroom usage is day to day.

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19 minutes ago, BillsFanForever19 said:

It is. However, Sean McDermott's 'Day to Day' can still mean they miss a couple games. Better than both being really long term. But I've seen that 'Day to Day' designation last longer than it sounds.


I don’t know about that.  Usually when he uses the the term “day-to-day” it usually means just that - a short term injury.  He said the same thing about Milano last year and he missed 1 week.  McDermott uses the term “week-to-week” for longer stints.
 

The only real exception might be Devin Singletary who was “day-to-day” and missed three weeks.  


So while there’s no guarantee one or both will suit up next week, I think the designation would mean they aren’t far off

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2 minutes ago, Simon said:

My dog read that and wants me to ask you where you live cuz she cant type.

 

My dog will take his foot on a hike. 

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9 minutes ago, TheProcess said:

This is great news! Wouldn’t be surprised if either sit a week, but probably expecting Milano to sit at least one with the soft tissue injury and playing the early season game in Miami where hydration can be an issue. Of course, I’m no Dr. David Chao. 


I can see this happening.  The Bills training staff is somewhat cautious with injuries - especially hamstrings which is why we saw Devin miss 3 weeks

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7 minutes ago, Virgil said:

Don’t stop yet. Nothing’s official 


I keep my leg stretched.

4 minutes ago, Simon said:

My dog read that and wants me to ask you where you live cuz she cant type.


In a van down by the river.

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7 minutes ago, Peace Frog said:

I've noticed my bathroom usage is day to day.

 

As we age, that is all that matters....

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29 minutes ago, Rocky Landing said:

Also, D. Phillips, and Dodson, according to the article. So, four out of six of our LBs are day-to-day with injuries. What's a season without a little stress?

a good season

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3 minutes ago, mykidsdad said:

a good season

A little stress is ok, it's foorball. Losing guys for months or the season...not so much.

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any word on of we brought anyone in?   I think that will be the tell.  I cant imagine an actual hamstring injury (as opposed to a slight pull) doesn’t cost a week at least.  

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This might be nothing, but Frazier said ' at least we'll have one of them back next week'.  One of them may be more day to day than the other.

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Will not believe anything till I see it.   Coach M is very good at not giving anything away.   They both could be perfectly fine or at death’s door.

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1 hour ago, mykidsdad said:

that is terrific! does anyone know if coach has a history of using this day to day language for tactical reasons and something else worse could still be going on?

 


sean said day to day and it sounded like coach speak. Leslie was a lot more optimistic Sounded genuine 

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1 hour ago, JohnNord said:

The only real exception might be Devin Singletary who was “day-to-day” and missed three weeks.  


So while there’s no guarantee one or both will suit up next week, I think the designation would mean they aren’t far off

 

That's pretty much what I was saying. Overall, it's much better than being classified with a long term injury. But there is evidence to point to that says McDermott's "Day to Day" can sometimes mean up to 3 weeks.

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2 hours ago, scuba guy said:

I believe could be wrong but milano came back in for 3 plays in the 4th then went back off the field

 

I think this is true... I think he ran a 4.5 speed across the field with a strained or torn hamstring and it didnt even phase him... and hes like yeah I'm out.

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2 hours ago, billsbackto81 said:

Hopefully the offense can build another big lead so they can sit later in the game.

I thought the board unanimously said we can't do that; pedal to the metal every down & quarter!! WTH dude!!

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3 hours ago, Royale with Cheese said:

Awesome!  I can now stop kicking my dog in anger.


Are you going  to stop kicking him or just not be angry when you do 🤣🤣🤣

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