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2019 NFL Injury Draft Guide

Jesse Morse M.D.

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It’s here! The Fantasy Doctors 2019 NFL Injury Draft Guide for only $9.99! Over 50 player profiles detailing their injuries and our expectations as well as the fantasy implications. We will begin to drip articles out on July 1st with the complete Draft Guide being available in August. Here are a couple reviews:

(Early Bird Subscriber)“The best $5 you will ever spend! Dr. Morse’s “Do Not Draft List” was spot on last year. This is the one and only, and definitely the most detailed and comprehensive injury reports available for the upcoming NFL season”. -Paulie’s Sleepers @PauliesSleepers PauliesSleepers.com  

“Your content is absolutely phenomenal. I have never bought fantasy content because so much of it is free and I like making my own conclusions but your content is so concise and so valuable. For example, a competing site has Julio Jones at 60% injury risk because he has all these feet and toe issues. Then in the overview column, which is written in a positive light, he has only missed three games since 2013. The discrepancies and conflicting information on that site are annoying . The Fantasy Doctors are good at telling us if we need to be worried and I’m happy I subscribed”.-Derek R.

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Jesse A. Morse, MD is a Sports and Family Medicine Physician originally from Worcester, Massachusetts, and currently living in Stuart, Florida. Dr. Morse specializes in fractures, sports-related injuries, joint injections, musculoskeletal ultrasound, regenerative medicine (stem cell, PRP) and concussion management as a non-surgical orthopedist. He grew up watching Wade Boggs, Pedro Martinez, and Larry Bird dominate the Boston sports scene before Tom Brady and David Ortiz came to town. In 2017-18 served Dr. Morse served on the medical staffs of the Philadelphia Phillies/Threshers, the Toronto/Dunedin Blue Jays, and the University of South Florida. Now he currently consults for the Miami Marlins and also serves as a MMA ringside fight physician. Dr. Morse enjoys staying up-to-date on all the latest injuries in sports, playing fantasy baseball and football, as well as DFS.

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The Super Bowl champs from just 2 years ago are down a starting receiver. DeSean Jackson suffered a broken left ring finger during Tuesday’s practice. It should hold the speedster out for approximately 3-4 weeks. However, it is reported Jackson has intentions of playing through the pain for Philadelphia’s week 1 matchup verses the Washington Redskins, which is just ten days away.

 

A franchise with lofty expectations heading into the ’19-’20 season has been plagued by a slough injuries. Defensive starters Nigel Bradham and Fletcher Cox haven’t seen any action for months, while starting quarterback, Carson Wentz, has been held out of competitive play since December ’18. Adding to that laundry list, starting guard Brandon Brooks has been inactive, as he is still recovering from a torn Achilles. Offensive starters, Lane Johnson and Dallas Goedert have unfortunately sustained injuries during pre-season play. The Eagles will be incapable of performing at maximum potential with important contributors sitting on the sidelines.

 

From Jackson’s point of view, this is not an ideal start for asecond go around with his initial franchise. Jackson’s quarterbacks during his first tenure with the Eagles were primarily Donovan McNabb and Michael Vick. Those previously listed individuals aren’t directly comparable to current Eagles’ quarterback, Carson Wentz. Wentz has more capable arm talent and doesn’t need to escape the pocket as frequently, due to his sizeable frame.

 

With a scrambling quarterback like Michael Vick, Jackson was expected to break off routes to help his under-duress quarterback. Wentz will incentivize Jackson to not “freestyle” as much, running his routes from start to finish. For that concept to work well, Jackson and Wentz must be on the same page. Every break, cut, and hesitation must be accounted for. Jackson has always be heralded as one of the fastest receivers in the league. By no means is he considered slow, but it is expected for him to lose a step or two at age 32. This chemistry is imperative for the success of the Eagles and isn’t something that is garnered overnight.

 

 

 

 

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