Green hurt on last play

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  1. patsgo

    patsgo Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

    he hurt his leg on the last play of the game, he was putting weight on it , hopefully its not anything major, he did have a x ray per reiss
  2. Patjew

    Patjew Supporter Supporter

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    I hated seeing that. What a waste if it ends up being anything serious. No one's fault, just crap luck.
  3. sieglo

    sieglo In the Starting Line-Up

    Bills should just take a damned knee. What is the point anyway?
  4. Arrrr

    Arrrr Banned

    It's not the offense's responsibility to stop themselves. Remember?
  5. fgssand

    fgssand Supporter Supporter

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    Damn - XRAY?? Let's hope it is precautionary.

    Everyone keeps saying we have been injury free this year, maybe it seems that way as compared to previous devastating years (like Indy's this year).

    But still...we have lost a bunch already, have a lot of walking wounded and will certainly suffer a bunch more along the way.

    Let's just hope for the best for Jarvis - he is KEY to this team in terms of quality depth.
  6. WhiZa

    WhiZa Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

    It looked like he could walk on it (while limping) so hopefully it's something minor.
  7. Bostonian1962

    Bostonian1962 In the Starting Line-Up

    Agree totally. They were running up the score on us.
  8. aluminum seats

    aluminum seats In the Starting Line-Up

    I've noticed this too, and it's annoying. We've lost an important running back and a back-up tight end for the year, were without a key defensive lineman for six games, have had our starting running back miss 4 games already, along with Wilson, etc. and various other missed games by O-lineman, etc. The idea that the Pats have been "injury free" this year is ludicrous. Last night Maroney went out, Faulk, Bruschi got dinged, and Green got hurt on the last play. It's far from nothing.
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