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Old 09-30-2013   #61
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Marcus is absolutely correct. There are varying degrees of this injury. However, as compared to a non-athlete, it takes a much lesser Lisfranc to take down an athlete.
I've never known anyone who has had a Lisfranc injury (surprised that it's named after a horseman and I've never seen one) but I've experienced the opposite in my journey. Injuries that would stop a normal person barely slow down a professional athlete. I've ridden bulls and broncs with broken bones and all kinds of sprained everything's. Duration of activity and pain tolerance comes into play there.

I guess the closest I can come to understanding the Lisfranc injury would be reconstructive shoulder surgery. That was pure hell and I never want to go through it again. I will never again ride anything that bucks or even do anything that might reinjure my shoulder ( including a lot of exercises that strengthen my shoulder) nor will I ever have needed surgery on my left shoulder unless the pain becomes intolerable(see the exercise comment earlier). If a lesser Lisfranc injury can make an NFL player not be able to perform, then it's a much worse injury than I thought. Duration of activity and pain tolerance comes into play there, as well.
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The LisFranc is not a bone. It's a ligament. And the doctor told me after he surgically reconstructed my Lisfranc injury, that it would heal, but it wouldn't be the same foot again. I've been watching him closely. As long as he can drop back and get set, he can throw accurately, but when he has to move . . .

But having said that, I don't think it's been all that different from before his LisFranc. He's not a mobile quarterback now, and he never has been one.
You cannot fracture a ligament. The Lisfranc Ligament is displaced when the foot is fractured

Lisfranc injury is a fracture of one of the metatarsal bones in your foot.
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I dont need to see Matt Schmuck get hurt. The closest I got to wishing him ill will was hoping he'd throw a pick six in OT to lose the SEA game and maybe that would get him benched. He threw the pick six in regulation and lost the game but this bumb haven;t been benched. He must have pics of Kubiak's frat day doing something with the farm animals.

But for sure Scmucks pee pee got hurt since he took down his twitter. Poor baby.
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You cannot fracture a ligament. The Lisfranc Ligament is displaced when the foot is fractured

Lisfranc injury is a fracture of one of the metatarsal bones in your foot.
A lisfranc injury can exist where the metatarsal is dislocated.
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The mocking of Schaub does not do anything but show what type of fan you are. Which is not a good one IMO. I am sure Matt so called cost the team the game on purpose. Ask, what happened to scoring in the second half? GO MATT
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the mocking of schaub shows that we are great fans. a great fan is someone who is honest and tells it like it is. It shows passion. It shows that we care about our team and that we dont like what is going on.

A bad fan is someone who keeps on rooting for people who dont get the job done. That's how someone like Gary Kubiak and Matt Schaub can keep getting contract extensions.


You should live in north korea instead of america. Kim Jong Un would love your undying loyalty.
Did you bother to read the OP?

Hoping for a member of your team to get injured is not some form of admirable super fan.
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Did you bother to read the OP?

Hoping for a member of your team to get injured is not some form of admirable super fan.
It's not?

JJ bled all over the field, so my sacrificial requirements for the loss were already met.
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The mocking of Schaub does not do anything but show what type of fan you are. Which is not a good one IMO. I am sure Matt so called cost the team the game on purpose. Ask, what happened to scoring in the second half? GO MATT

Perhaps you should follow FUn fair football if harsh criticism is something you can't handle. The criticism is warranted and mocking Matt schmuck is all part of being a fan just like being a homer is.
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http://blog.chron.com/foodchronicles...to/?cmpid=hpts

While most of us don't want to see Matt schmuck get hurt taqueria arandas must want to at least try to give him food poisoning. Why else would they offer a free burrito to anyone named Matt? I guess it's not the same as seeing him get benched but if he has to stay on the potty that'll work too.
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the mocking of schaub shows that we are great fans. a great fan is someone who is honest and tells it like it is. It shows passion. It shows that we care about our team and that we dont like what is going on.

A bad fan is someone who keeps on rooting for people who dont get the job done. That's how someone like Gary Kubiak and Matt Schaub can keep getting contract extensions.


You should live in north korea instead of america. Kim Jon Un would love your undying loyalty.
The mocking is bad and out of hand this is a game in the end. A team loss not a Schaub loss in the books. Loyalty? No. Different approach? Yes.
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A bad fan is someone who keeps on rooting for people who dont get the job done. That's how someone like Gary Kubiak and Matt Schaub can keep getting contract extensions.
Saying stuff like this... I really wonder how long you've been following this team. You're bringing in crap that we dealt with 4 years ago.

Even the most diehard friend of Kubiak was wanting him gone after 2010. This place was on fire when we heard about that contract.


What you're seeing now, is people coming to terms with what we've got to work with. If McNair was doing things the way we'd like,..... pssh
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you don't have to be on board with any set of players or the coach or the WCO or Wade to be a "good fan". You can also be a sunshine pumper or a rabid hater of the status quo, and both be so called "good fans".
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You cannot fracture a ligament. The Lisfranc Ligament is displaced when the foot is fractured

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Kubes needs to realize that Schaub is the cinderblock dragging him to the bottom of the river and cut him loose. He has to understand that this season will, whether we want it or not, not cause him to lose his job. He might as well take a chance on one of the backups at this point, because the worst that could happen is that we keep losing and we're already losing at this point.

Yates and Keenum play with more grit than Schaub. I can't speak for Keenum but I remember Yates playing tall in the pocket. He looked more like a leader in that playoff clinching drive in Cincinnati than Schaub has ever looked in a long time.
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I've never known anyone who has had a Lisfranc injury (surprised that it's named after a horseman and I've never seen one) but I've experienced the opposite in my journey. Injuries that would stop a normal person barely slow down a professional athlete. I've ridden bulls and broncs with broken bones and all kinds of sprained everything's. Duration of activity and pain tolerance comes into play there.

I guess the closest I can come to understanding the Lisfranc injury would be reconstructive shoulder surgery. That was pure hell and I never want to go through it again. I will never again ride anything that bucks or even do anything that might reinjure my shoulder ( including a lot of exercises that strengthen my shoulder) nor will I ever have needed surgery on my left shoulder unless the pain becomes intolerable(see the exercise comment earlier). If a lesser Lisfranc injury can make an NFL player not be able to perform, then it's a much worse injury than I thought. Duration of activity and pain tolerance comes into play there, as well.
This is definitely true..........when you are discussing REHAB.........but NOT when you are discussing a DEGENERATIVE situation once rehab is successfully completed. In the latter situation, the athlete will be left much more negatively effected in the performance of carrying out his expected activities than a non-athlete.
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I think you have to move to pull a hammy.
I should not laugh at that...I should not laugh at that...I should not laugh at that....

Aw, what the heck. I need a laugh after what I witnessed at Reliant Sunday. While dealing with that stomach crud that's going around and being unable to even have a couple of beers to dull the agony.

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The Texans did not score in the second half I fail to see how Matt is fully to blame.
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The mocking of Schaub does not do anything but show what type of fan you are. Which is not a good one IMO. I am sure Matt so called cost the team the game on purpose. Ask, what happened to scoring in the second half? GO MATT
I'm with Gary on this. Go listen to Tim Hasselbeck talk about that play call & formation. When the "best" outcome of a critical play call is taking a sack, the OC failed the team. And about AJ dropping that pass & Nuk blowing the fake & KJ's penalty.

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What does calling names and burning a jersey do? That is your choice but to me it shows that I wasted money and it may make things worse for said player.
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Really??? Are people really posting threads with titles that just say Really???
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