Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by Twitch-Houston, Nov 4, 2007.
!@#$%^&*!!!!!! Can we catch a break? this hurts!
That sounds really, really bad.
That seriously sucks, I bet Dunta is pissed, he is a competitor.
I'm going to guess and say it will probably take 2.5 years to completely heal, but we all know he's going to try to come back next year and it will slow down his recovery
I wish him the best.
Horrible news. Hamstring ripped off the bone and maybe tore a knee ligament. That sounds bad. I hope he can rehab and come back.
I just cried a little.
Its ok we are ssooooooo deep in the secondary anyway.
****** !! *uck !! Fu*k !!
Why do the "friendly-fire" injuries end up hurting the worse?
That about sums it up
is this franchise snake bit or what?
This sounds potentially career-threatening. I'd be surprised to see Dunta next season in any capacity.
It'd be interesting to know the track record of similiar injuries.
What really bites . . is even if he fully recovers . . he's lost a step.
I'd like to hear what CnD has to say about this, but I can't imagine it's an easy injury to rehab from.
I bet Dunta could be good at FS .
Oh F(*#& #&^ *(^(#&^ #(*&^# (*&^#
Oh, for sure.
I'd be interested to hear about similar injuries as well. But, to me, a torn ACL or PCL or whatever sounds a lot better than hearing a hammy completely torn off the bone. That sounds to me like extensive surgery and a lot of rehab just so he can walk. Charles Spencer's injury is probably less severe and he doesn't even need the explosiveness required like a CB needs. This SUCKS. The Texans are cursed with injuries and this is the icing on the $##$^ cake.
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