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Great article by Bill Simmons that questions Ray Lewis miracle recovery and others...including Adrian Peterson
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by dpfenny 17 months ago
Scored 4 touchdowns...in a single game. Polk High!
I believe that Ray Lewis cheated. I believe that to be true based on circumstantial evidence, his age, his overcompetitiveness, the history of that specific injury, and the fact that his "recovery" made my shit detector start vibrating like a chainsaw.
Don't disagree, coming back just to be active and lift a little weight could be challenging let alone play MLB in the NFL. A buddy of mine had elbow surgery and took HGH after which dramatically helped the healing process/recovery time. He said his doctor surprised by how quickly it was
Judging by the negative vote I received for posting the article...some do not want to believe that Lewis's recovery was anything other than divine intervention.
Has Ray Lewis done anything in his past for us to second guess his denial of PEDs? Didn't think so.
"People always ask me if I wish I were bigger. I tell them no. I always wanted to be a miniature badass." Dustin Pedroia
...nor did Lance Armstrong. He passed every test ever given to him. Let me guess, you didn't bother reading the article.
This post was edited by dpfenny 17 months ago
Read the article, "benefit of the doubt" in sports is fading fast. Smoke and fire still go together most of the time.
Exactly, unfortunately many do not care that their favorite player is taking PEDS.
I know one thing... it's sad that this is the society we live in. One breaks a record and we assume they are cheating or come back from an injury faster than other we assume they had used PEDs.
Didn't read the article did ya?
Yea I read most of it trying to watch the caps game though. I'm saying it's sad that so many athletes have cheated that this is the way it's going to be. The guy who sold the spray to Ray could just be trying to promote his company but the fact we jumped all over it and then the Alabama team using it. I don't see anyone making a big deal about that. Also when a team brings in a lot of recruits (high rated) we assume they must be cheating... that mentality is what is sad.
It is sad, but with the win at all cost players and their fans....the end justifies the means. The NFL drug testing policy is a joke. If they don't want to be assumed guilty, then they should agree to better testing.
I agree with the drug testing. But even then I still think some will find ways around it. I mean look at Lance. Just wish everyone could play by the rules haha.
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