Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by Patjew, Dec 27, 2005.
Well, that doesn't sound so bad. I hope he's out for the Miami game so he can be ready to go for the playoffs.
Thanks for the post. Sounds encouraging and fits with other reports of
people seeing him walking after the game.
You're welcome. Could have been much worse!
Pretty much the best case scenario! On another matter, my doctor is retiring in a year or so and I'd like to know if anyone can recommend a replacement who might be a top medical student at this time? Thanks.
That is such great news! We all know Tedy is the Heart and soul of the d-line!
A positive closing note...
First a medical student now a sports therapy student (don't tell me, you used to rub strained groins in the old semi-pro league).
I'm surprised this info was leaked so early come to think of it. Good news though, excellent really!
From the look of it. It didn't seem that bad. Tedy should take the week off and be healthy for the playoffs.
This can't be true. According to all reports in the patsfans.com chat room on sunday, the trainers had the bone saw and defibrillators out in the locker room. This is obviously a cover up.
Steve Burton? he seems to get this type of info time to time
I agree, and the person who looked like Bruschi coming out of the locker room last night in the Meadowlands was an impersonator.
That was for some guy passed out in the corner, ulk or some such, he apparently was diagnosed with a brain freeze from drinking cold beer too fast. First I ever heard of that, but I'm no med student. I never did hear how that operation went, let me know if you hear something.
No, actually it was me that mentioned the bonesaw and difribullators in the chat room but for once I think PatsWillWin was one of the few optimists in the room. Everyone but me and him were convinced Bruschi was done for the year.
Pats fans are not unique in the Gloom and Doom mentality where injuries are concerned. The Steelers board after Big Ben went down with his hyperextended knee was filled with headings like "There goes the season." " Well, Let's start thinking about next year" and "I think his whole leg may have come off."
A propos haiku
The winner from the Globe's "Write a haiku about Tedy Bruschi" contest a couple of years ago . . .
Optimism in the chat room? Unconscionable! No wonder you needed defribullators.
It's that time of year, right?
Well that is great news, but I wonder if it was a strained calf muscle, why couldn't he put any weight on the leg when the trainers helped him of the field.
I'll take "Because it hurt like hell" for $1,000 Alex.
A warm glass of shut the hell up, right before bed time. And in general if you're having anal discomfort I suggest talking your boyfriend into playing the part of the girl for a change.
it looks Tedy will be back for the 7 or 8 January
we N E E D him !
this is a comforting info.
Well, I've seen most episodes of M*A*S*H* is that good enough?
this is good news
but the calf muscle being hurt (itll still hurt a little two weeks from now) will hurt his explosiveness
I'm not a Doctor (nor do I play one on TV or this board), but the Herald this morning is calling it a muscle "tear," which I gather is worse than a "strain" and would be similar to the injury that limited Bruschi's effectiveness against Carolina in XXXVII. Has anybody else heard anything about it?
A strain is the same as a microtear, or so I read in this thread...
My guess is Bru misses the Fins game and comes out bashing for Jax or Pitt...
Tedy coughs and we all get the flu.
Frikkin' ESPN leads into a new half hour segment this morning saying "the Patriots won on Monday night, but did they suffer a devastating injury for the playoffs?". So, in the new segment Sean Salisbury-Steak talks about Larry Johnson, Julius Jones and other running backs' roles for this weekend, maybe mentioned Bruschi in passing. Sensationalist bustards!
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