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Old 10-13-2013   #81
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From the appearance of Schaub's response to the injury and the type of wrap, it looks like at least a grade II lateral ankle sprain, but without an MRI, a hairline fracture or high ankle sprain cannot be ruled out. Since this occurred in the same foot as his Lisfranc (which could also have been aggravated), the implications are very poor for anything but further deterioration of his mobility and performance. If they put him out there for any reason next week against KC, even if it is only with a mundane sprain, not only will he look even more like a cripple and play more like a cripple, he will extend his injury.
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Possible you fell and landed on your head?

Hah, I don't want to hijack this thread so I'll try to make this short and sweet.

I just find it hilarious and asinine that people care so much about the emotional feelings of someone who has already made more money than they should in a lifetime by playing a sport. There is so much wrong in the world while these babied athletes reap all the benefits, but as soon as the boo's or cheers for another QB come out, it's absolutely wrong and "disgusting." Why would it even matter to you? Schaub doesn't care what you think or feel. He's already won by getting a NFL deal. In fact, that just goes to show how inept people are about seeing the big picture. These athletes already made it.

Stop feeling bad for him. Injuries come with the sport. If Schaub was seriously injured, I wouldn't cheer. He rolled a damn ankle. He wasn't carted off.
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Hah, I don't want to hijack this thread so I'll try to make this short and sweet.

I just find it hilarious and asinine that people care so much about the emotional feelings of someone who has already made more money than they should in a lifetime by playing a sport. There is so much wrong in the world while these babied athletes reap all the benefits, but as soon as the boo's or cheers for another QB come out, it's absolutely wrong and "disgusting." Why would it even matter to you? Schaub doesn't care what you think or feel. He's already won by getting a NFL deal. In fact, that just goes to show how inept people are about seeing the big picture. These athletes already made it.

Stop feeling bad for them. Injuries come with the sport. If Schaub was seriously injured, I wouldn't cheer. He rolled a damn ankle. He wasn't carted off.

You just don't understand.

It's you I feel bad for. But we all have character flaws, even me.

But I am equally sure you don't care what I think.

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I used to wonder why sports players and entertainers make millions. They know owners have money and fans have high demands for products.
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Hah, I don't want to hijack this thread so I'll try to make this short and sweet.

I just find it hilarious and asinine that people care so much about the emotional feelings of someone who has already made more money than they should in a lifetime by playing a sport. There is so much wrong in the world while these babied athletes reap all the benefits, but as soon as the boo's or cheers for another QB come out, it's absolutely wrong and "disgusting." Why would it even matter to you? Schaub doesn't care what you think or feel. He's already won by getting a NFL deal. In fact, that just goes to show how inept people are about seeing the big picture. These athletes already made it.

Stop feeling bad for him. Injuries come with the sport. If Schaub was seriously injured, I wouldn't cheer. He rolled a damn ankle. He wasn't carted off.
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Hah, I don't want to hijack this thread so I'll try to make this short and sweet.

I just find it hilarious and asinine that people care so much about the emotional feelings of someone who has already made more money than they should in a lifetime by playing a sport. There is so much wrong in the world while these babied athletes reap all the benefits, but as soon as the boo's or cheers for another QB come out, it's absolutely wrong and "disgusting." Why would it even matter to you? Schaub doesn't care what you think or feel. He's already won by getting a NFL deal. In fact, that just goes to show how inept people are about seeing the big picture. These athletes already made it.

Stop feeling bad for him. Injuries come with the sport. If Schaub was seriously injured, I wouldn't cheer. He rolled a damn ankle. He wasn't carted off.
Dude...seriously? Get off it bro. Our fan base simply takes the embarrassment on the field and brings it up into the stands upon ourselves with this crap.

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From the appearance of Schaub's response to the injury and the type of wrap, it looks like at least a grade II lateral ankle sprain, but without an MRI, a hairline fracture or high ankle sprain cannot be ruled out. Since this occurred in the same foot as his Lisfranc (which could also have been aggravated), the implications are very poor for anything but further deterioration of his mobility and performance. If they put him out there for any reason next week against KC, even if it is only with a mundane sprain, not only will he look even more like a cripple and play more like a cripple, he will extend his injury.
Kubes' presser made it sound like he was having other problems with the leg as well. I think he said "a little bit of everything was wrong with his leg".

I would expect that he will be taking next week off and getting reevaluated after the bye week.

I agree, with his history and his already lack of mobility, he shouldn't be out there. He'd literally be a statue.
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It's been an embarrassing week to be a Texans fan. Between the team shaming themselves twice in an 8 day span, the national hysteria about a million angry rioters burning down Schaub's house, and now cheering a guy who just got hurt playing a game to entertain your sorry asses...
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I don't think (hope) the fans that were cheering were because of the injury, more that a change was now going to be forced. Why keep doing the same thing expecting different results?


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Haven't read through the whole thread. I was at the game & I don't know that the fans were cheering when Schaub got hurt. After the sack, everyone was quite like we normally are after a sack. It was awkward when it looked like Matt wasn't moving.

There was cheers when they saw Yates start warming up.

Then there were cheers when Matt got up & was being taken off the field. I don't think that was meant as anything against Matt. We do that any time a player is hurt on the field, then gets up. That's good sportsmanship....
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If I was a player on this team I would also be disgusted and if I were a player on another team, I wouldn't be admiring anyone who is playing in this city.
Puke... now the media is gonna run with this vs discuss other issues with the team cause it's an easy story. Yeah, let's highlight the few "idjuts" of the fanbase, even IF they were cheering the injury.
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Kubes' presser made it sound like he was having other problems with the leg as well. I think he said "a little bit of everything was wrong with his leg".

I would expect that he will be taking next week off and getting reevaluated after the bye week.

I agree, with his history and his already lack of mobility, he shouldn't be out there. He'd literally be a statue.
These ankle sprains can very much feel worse after a couple of hours following the injury (endorphins can account for the immediate lesser response). It would not surprise me to see him in a boot tomorrow. Post Lisfranc alone, his mobility/stability was questionable. Add at very least an ankle sprain, the leg would definitely be expected to show greater instability. Without adequate rest and strength, he will extend his injury(ies) and significantly increase his risk for another injury while compensating for poor stability.
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From the appearance of Schaub's response to the injury and the type of wrap, it looks like at least a grade II lateral ankle sprain, but without an MRI, a hairline fracture or high ankle sprain cannot be ruled out. Since this occurred in the same foot as his Lisfranc (which could also have been aggravated), the implications are very poor for anything but further deterioration of his mobility and performance. If they put him out there for any reason next week against KC, even if it is only with a mundane sprain, not only will he look even more like a cripple and play more like a cripple, he will extend his injury.
KC had 10 sacks today . With that type of rush , Schaub would be a sitting duck .
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KC had 10 sacks today . With that type of rush , Schaub would be a sitting duck .
More accurately a DEAD duck.........
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KC had 10 sacks today . With that type of rush , Schaub would be a sitting duck .
Our offensive line will manhandle the Chiefs defensive line. Let's just run the ball down their throats 30-plus times with a heavy dose of Foster and Tate.
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And you thought it couldn’t get any worse than showing up at Matt Schaub’s house after a disappointing loss? Well, there is a special place in fandom hell for those of you who elected to cheer when it was clear that Schaub was injured after being sacked by Chris Long with 3:45 left in the third quarter I don’t care how frustrated you are, that is a total lack of class. Philadelphia fans are roasted for booing Santa Claus some 45 years ago. Going after a fictional character for fun is far less egregious than celebrating your own starting quarterback’s injury. You. Should. Be. Ashamed.
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Hah, I don't want to hijack this thread so I'll try to make this short and sweet.

I just find it hilarious and asinine that people care so much about the emotional feelings of someone who has already made more money than they should in a lifetime by playing a sport. There is so much wrong in the world while these babied athletes reap all the benefits, but as soon as the boo's or cheers for another QB come out, it's absolutely wrong and "disgusting." Why would it even matter to you? Schaub doesn't care what you think or feel. He's already won by getting a NFL deal. In fact, that just goes to show how inept people are about seeing the big picture. These athletes already made it.

Stop feeling bad for him. Injuries come with the sport. If Schaub was seriously injured, I wouldn't cheer. He rolled a damn ankle. He wasn't carted off.
stop bringing up money its not about that you scumbag
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Our offensive line will manhandle the Chiefs defensive line. Let's just run the ball down their throats 30-plus times with a heavy dose of Foster and Tate.
Yep.

Just force feed the football right down their throat. Gash them with the run. Limit the pass. Pound them. Bash them.

Just like we did toda.....

Oh...wait....
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Sounds like a few bad apples in the stands and that the media is running with it.
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I was at the game.

Some fans cheered when Schaub went down, but it was pretty quiet. More fans cheered when Schaub stood up and walked off the field.

Everyone went crazy when Yates entered the game.

Those first fans that cheered are douches. Most people didn't cheer while he was down. Of course the media will say that the stands were going crazy when Schaub was down.
someone posted a video and it doesnt even seem like what themedia is making it out to be.. there was a period of silence while he was down and the loudest cheer doesnt come until he stands up (which would signify they are cheering him getting up). the video cut before yates went in so i dont remember if it got louder. so what i can see from video was fans booed when he got sacked, then as they notice him hurt theres some collective stadium noise including reactions but you dont hear cheering as if the stadium erupted in glee.. the media is trying to make this players vs fans crap..
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Sounds like a few bad apples in the stands and that the media is running with it.
It was pretty obvious to me watching live on TV that it wasn't just a "few" bad apples. It was easily heard right when he went down.
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It was pretty obvious to me watching live on TV that it wasn't just a "few" bad apples. It was easily heard right when he went down.
It was very clear on the radio.
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