There was no such. You sure that is the video you meant to show?
We know there's a compound fracture and a dislocation. Gonna be in a cast for six weeks at least, gonna be 6 weeks or more of healing and rehab. This is if there's no infection.Actually, no that is not the right video. Thanks for letting me know.
Let me try to find the correct one.
Hopefully I can find it again. It was a really good explanation by a doctor of exactly what happened to Dak’s ankle/lower leg during the play
I think you run what you brung. You can upgrade player talent via trade or fa signings but I really don't think you help matters making a change like that to the DC spot.BUT , the Falcons have fired HC Dan Quinn . I think he would be an upgrade from Napping Nolan .
Not to move off the Dak injury , which was painful to watch since he’s been just about the only true performer on this team .
BUT , the Falcons have fired HC Dan Quinn . I think he would be an upgrade from Napping Nolan . What are all your thoughts ?
What about when a QB runs out the pocket to avoid the sack or trying to by the receiver more time...? Or make throws on the run? EVERY QB has and will do this. Does that make those QBs a running QB? Does thatg make them just a susceptible to this type of injury? Ridiculous.
Yep, he got catastrophically bad advice from those clown agents of his.
Yep. Gonna be surgery and a long rehab. Could be career ending.
wtf is wash out the wound?
The qbs who run today are bigger stronger guys. The rules prohibit banging them like in the past. It's just not a thing anymore to sweat running a qb who can run.
Same fucking injury Alex Smith suffered in the pocket. Joe Thiesmann, not the ankle but yeah, same basic injury. They run this risk every time they take a snap.
Being stupid and running them all the time yeah, that's less than responsible. It's why you see Mahomes running less and less. You pick your shots. It's a more than acceptable risk. Same damn injury happens to rbs.