Discussion in 'Chicago Bears' started by JustAnotherBearsFan99, Sep 16, 2013.
It's just a bruise. He'll be fine.
Hope he doesn't get another hard hit on it too soon cuz it could become very difficult for him to block and / or move his arms quickly enough on some passes . Those " ouch " moments can throw off your concentration for a second and could result in some dropped passes .
It was a bad move on his part to go up for that ball. It was clearly out of bounds.
Ah the ole wouldn't ,.. shouldn't,..couldn't
If I'm the Benni-corn,... I'm looking for the ball AND not the end zone camera-man
Im thinking ,... he's thinking (in split seconds of course ) ,... make the best of it,.... maybe DRAW A PENALTY
what a concept
You go after the ball. What is this, volley ball.... where you get points if its out of bounds? We want players to try to make plays, period.
I never understood why they need to let those camera guys so close to the field. Those zillion-dollar super telephoto lenses can pick up a grain of sand on the moon. Why not back those guys up 10 yards? It's even worse in college. You see players get hurt all the time, going out of bounds & tripping over those guys (basketball too for that matter).
It just seems so unnecessary. You have Rodger "The Dodger" Goodell running his mouth about "caring" for player safety, yet allowing something like this to go on. It makes no sense to me.
Phil: So they teaching you well in college?
Senior LB prospect: Yup, larnin me reel good.
Phil: Count the Mississippi river 7 times for me.
Senior LB prospect: Huh?
Phil: Well, if you can't count seven mississippis, then how are you going to rush the passer?
Senior LB prospect: But they's only one mississsippi. Oh wait they's two, da river and da state. no tree, da river da state, and da state college.
Phil: Well, you're on the right track, but the QB has walked into the endzone already.
I am surprised we don't hear about more injuries because of camera crews in the NFL to be honest.
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