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    Quote Originally Posted by Thunder View Post
    Early reports indicate otherwise. No positives from the Chiefs this morning. Testing positive 36 hours after a game is enough time for him to have gotten it from some rando on the street. Not saying he wasn't infected during the game, but there is a possibility that he wasn't. If he had tested positive yesterday morning, then we would have had a problem. Nobody touches my Patrick
    Would he test positive by this point....

    Nevermind, we've had enough COVID talk on here.
    If it walks like collusion and talks like collusion, it's collusion.

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    Shit's getting crazy...

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    Tom Brady has two nemeses in his career: Eli Manning and Nick Foles.
    Championships since purchase by John Henry group: Red Sox 4 Yankees 1

    Theme song of 2020 Red Sox: "Tanks for the Memories"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bellhorn04 View Post
    Tom Brady has two nemeses in his career: Eli Manning and Nick Foles.
    The Bears are the weirdest, most dumb luck 4-1 team ever

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    Brady forgot it was 4th down? LOL, that would happen under Bill.
    If it walks like collusion and talks like collusion, it's collusion.

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    I gotta say...

    Watching Jimmy G-String get pummeled by the Dolphins, then benched, is a pure joy.

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    Calm down. I've been tamed.

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    Seriously though... The Dolphins D is looking pretty formidable!
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    Prayers for Dak. I watched it live, and won't get it out of my head any time soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thunder View Post
    Prayers for Dak. I watched it live, and won't get it out of my head any time soon.
    That was NOT GOOD!

    I tried to convince myself that he was turning his foot out to protect it, but quickly realized the angle was impossible.

    Sad! Seems like a really good kid, with rising team.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sox75 View Post
    That was NOT GOOD!

    I tried to convince myself that he was turning his foot out to protect it, but quickly realized the angle was impossible.

    Sad! Seems like a really good kid, with rising team.
    He's battling for a contract extension as well. Absolutely the worst possible time from all points of view

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thunder View Post
    Prayers for Dak. I watched it live, and won't get it out of my head any time soon.
    Worst one I ever saw was Joe Theismann’s leg on Monday Night Football; I’m thinking it was around 1984 or so. IIRC, it was a compound fracture of both his tibia and fibula. All I remember is there was a joint in his leg where there isn’t supposed to be one.

    If you’ve never seen it, don’t go looking for it. It was absolutely gruesome to see live and it has stuck with me through all these years. You will need a very strong stomach if you do watch it.
    The Yankees could go 0-162 and it wouldn't be enough

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    Quote Originally Posted by illinoisredsox View Post
    Worst one I ever saw was Joe Theismannís leg on Monday Night Football; Iím thinking it was around 1984 or so. IIRC, it was a compound fracture of both his tibia and fibula. All I remember is there was a joint in his leg where there isnít supposed to be one.

    If youíve never seen it, donít go looking for it. It was absolutely gruesome to see live and it has stuck with me through all these years. You will need a very strong stomach if you do watch it.
    This what I thought of when I saw yesterday's incident.
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    Quote Originally Posted by illinoisredsox View Post
    Worst one I ever saw was Joe Theismannís leg on Monday Night Football; Iím thinking it was around 1984 or so. IIRC, it was a compound fracture of both his tibia and fibula. All I remember is there was a joint in his leg where there isnít supposed to be one.

    If youíve never seen it, donít go looking for it. It was absolutely gruesome to see live and it has stuck with me through all these years. You will need a very strong stomach if you do watch it.
    Dak had a compound fracture as well. Only reason I haven't seen Theismann's is because I wasn't alive for it

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    Quote Originally Posted by illinoisredsox View Post
    Worst one I ever saw was Joe Theismann’s leg on Monday Night Football; I’m thinking it was around 1984 or so. IIRC, it was a compound fracture of both his tibia and fibula. All I remember is there was a joint in his leg where there isn’t supposed to be one.

    If you’ve never seen it, don’t go looking for it. It was absolutely gruesome to see live and it has stuck with me through all these years. You will need a very strong stomach if you do watch it.
    Tim Krumrie in Super Bowl XXIII. His foot was dangling around in the air from the middle of his calf as he rolled around mid-play. The SI cover photo in the next edition caught the action mid-break, and halfway down his lower leg between his knee and his ankle, his leg took another bend that most people simply don't have.

    Despite this being the most graphic football injury I have ever seen, Krumrie suited up for the Bengals' opener the next season, meaning he did not miss a single game...

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    "He's gone."

    Nope.
    "...we'd save everyone the time and trouble if we just went out and shot ourselves."

    Priorities:
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    2. Red Sox win

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    So shut up because you have no idea on what you say on anything as evidence of some of your ridiculous posts.

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