Discussion in 'News Zone' started by cowboyjoe, Sep 12, 2011.
says dez has injured quad, and scandrick out 3-4 weeks with ankle sprain
So it's more than cramps. I knew something else was wrong because they were wrapping his leg. I hope it doesn't linger. How long do quad injuries last?
He'll be ok. Just put a little butter on it.
This team's luck when it comes to injuries is just baffling.
Man, reading your post at first I thought you were saying Dez and Scandrick out 3-4 weeks.
Walk it off!
Rub some dirt on it!
ok carry on, i'm done
Hope it's not anything like Barber's quad from a couple years ago. That took almost all year to right itself.
They were cheap shotting our receivers quite a bit. I wonder when the injury occurred. Seems like I remember him getting up a little funny on the sideline, but I don't recall the actual play.
Yeah, that was a tear I think. But Barber went down immediately. Dez came back in the game. Even though he shouldn't have.
What play did Bryant hurt himself on again?
Two words for ya, Dez: thigh pads.
pour a little tussin on it!
Then maybe he should've been taken out of the game. We wouldn't have fared any worse because Dez just couldn't go. Ogletree should've been given a chance. At least he has speed.
Thigh pads for anyone who is tackled with the ball. And knee braces for all linemen, in practice and games.
When Dez was in the game he had Revis on him after that first drive, i can kinda see why they kept him inn Dez even while hurt kept Revis off Austin.
Dez Bryant should NOT be on punt returns! OMG, how stupid can this coaching staff be? He's a dynamic receiver and does not need to be on punt returns.
.....made an OBSCENELy sharp cut up the sideline that no human knee or quad can endure and......lucky he didn't tear it....btw: *** does he have to return punts?:bang2:
Scandrick is supposed to be injuring other players. Not himself! Damn him! :laugh2:
This is about right. The two areas where I feel we've got the least amount of depth are the areas that get hit with injuries right out of the gate. That's promising.