This Isn't another "better than thou" post. In fact, I was really hesistant about responding because this isn't my home site and I'm uncertain just how vicious some fans can be toward a visitor-member (is that an oxymoron?) am I a visitor or a "junior-member"? But I'll take the shot anyway. I've been reading a lot of chatter about how some fans are happy -- even ecstatic about how a pro bowl receiver was injured trying to win a football game for his team. Things I quasi-understand about why some (not all) fans here are so happy about that T.O. injury: T.O.s injury is something to celebrate because ... Eagle fans celebrated a Cowboy's player career ending injury T.O. danced on a picture painted on a football field; and other arrogant gestures post-touchdown celebration T.O.s injury somehow is related to Karma (some type of devine intervention to counter Irvin's injury) T.O. bad mouthed Ray Lewis (Ravens), and Garcia (Browns), and was just about ready to say something about the Cowboy!? T.O. is an Eagle, and you hate all Eagles and their fans. T.O.s injury is a Christmas present, because without him, the Eagles will not win the NFC Championship, or the SB. I'll stop here, not because I forgot anything (I know some fans have plenty more reasons). I'm not sure these reasons are well thought out for the quality of fans you profess to be. I loved to watch Michael Irvin play -- dayam He was exciting, a PlaymaKer and a showman! I don't care if any of you believe me, but I was hurt when he was injured, and I have no interest in the Cowboys one way or the other (you see, I am an Eagles fan). I know I'll get blasted by some harsh remarks, but I've got really thick sKin. I had to have thick skin, being an Eagles fan is Not very popular on anybody's MB. Most Eagle fans don't care if you're happy about T.O.s injury or otherwise. The Eagles are a good team this year and believe me, it's not over because T.O. has an ankle sprain. It's just not over! Now I'm really worried about Pinkston! WIll somebody tell me what would make a receiver develop "alligator syndrome?"