Orchard Park, New York (WIVB) – If there was a “toughness” award, it would likely go to Cole Paisley after revealing that he played through a partially broken shrapnel during the Bale’s play-off round that ended in a loss to the AFC Championship match. .
It’s not a complete break, Paisley told reporters in a phone call to clean the team cupboard on Monday afternoon. It was bad in the first game I played, but then I took some medicine and sucked it up.
The injury occurred in Week 16 of Monday’s New England win, he missed the next game, the regular season finale for the Piles vs the Dolphins, and will not let that happen in the post season.
Beasley said, “There was no way I would have missed the playoff match especially after watching it in Week 17, so I would have found it one way or the other.”
Paisley was listed on the injury report due to a knee injury and said he is not considering turning him off for the rest of the season.
“You just realized that there aren’t a lot of opportunities that you get in a team like this, and this is special like this and he has this opportunity until you find a way to bypass it and be the best thing you can do for your teammates but you have to be careful because you have to do it to the extent that Don’t hurt the team either, “said Beasley.
“I kind of knew what I could do inside me and I think I could still play with whatever I mean by everybody else going through something at this point in time, I mean everybody’s playing injured.”
He also said he felt the pain from this injury winning the wild card over the ponies, the first time he had played since he broke it but then it became manageable.
“It wasn’t really enough to influence me like that. Just that first game and the crows a little bit but this game felt good. There’s no excuse for anything.”
Beasley finished scoring seven times at team level in the loss to Chiefs in the AFC title match. He also finished with 88 yards at nine goals in that game.