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Didn't look good. 6-9 season, 4th Q. I would have him and Brees sitting.
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that would probably be an MCL and an ACL...
We shall see...I guess at least its the last game of the season and they're not in the playoffs, so...
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Nevermind. I'm sure he'll be fine he's walking all over it now.
Yeah he's back in the game.
I mean if you saw his reaction screaming in agony you would think his leg was severed. Hell, I think you might've spit his gum out. His Cammy cam cam chewing gum
lol...it's amazing what kind of twisting some people can take to their bones and ligaments without any significance, yet some people tear apart when the wind blows too hard...
No kiddin. I played pee wee ball, JR high and High School with not one serious injury but then 7 years ago i tear my ACL on the golf course lol.
tough dude. didn't sit out long. looked bad.
It did look a bit awkward but I was mainly going off his reaction. He probably heard it pop and it freaked him out. I've done that before except I heard two or three pops and it ended up being a severe high ankle sprain. Those high ankle sprains depending on where the swelling starts, you can actually play on it the same day (see B.Jones) you do it but you can pretty much forget about strapping it on the next week or 3. It all depends on the location of swelling. At least that's what Dr. Andrews told me 14 years ago
One thing I couldn't stand about him in college is how he'd pause after being tackled, to give the sense he MAY be hurt, only to then pop back up.
We had one of our own that did that and it always scared me to death... I hated everytime Shaun Alexander got tackled and waited forever to get up
Ha ha, you're right about Alexander. He did that a lot. He'd either wait forever to get up or wait for one of the o-linemen to help him up.
I remember when playing for auburn after a play he would just lay there like every other play for a lot longer than normal everyone would be up and he would just still be laying their and then pop right up. I hated that
it's called drama queen
I have never seen a more self centered, self absorbed princess take the field. Can't stand the guy. I don't want anyone to get hurt, but it was hard to not get a little excited at the prospect of him being sidelined.
Exactly. And he would get up grinning. Loves attention.....
Did he do it trying to kick another player like last week?
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