DeAndre Hopkins played injured in playoff blowout.

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  1. Carr Bombed

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    The stupidity of this organization is blinding.. J.J. all over again.

    http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap30...ns-deandre-hopkins-was-most-banged-up-in-2018
     
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    yeah already posted somewhere in another thread... we know he had a painful shoulder injury in most of the last playoff game, but don't recall other serious injuries last year
     
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    Old news but not sure how it’s the organization’s fault. He was injured yes, so did the other two WRs and theirs was season ending. Would you have preferred that they say “Yelp no point in even trying in this playoff game, go ahead and pull everyone injured and next year we’ll try and get to the playoffs with no injuries”.

    Guys get hurt playing football and sometimes you have to play hurt because the big game is on the line. It’s one of the few things that might justify how over paid football players are.
     
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    Cough**Emmitt Smith v. Giants**cough.

    Injured, asked for the ball and delivered one of the most dominant drives in NFL history. You could see his pain.
     
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    He also played most of the season with an injured foot. Let's see, a bad foot and a torn off ligament in a shoulder couldn't possibly impede an NFL receiver could it. The guy still put up top numbers in the league. The shoulder bit his and the team's butt in the playoffs though.
     
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    Part of the game. You can't blame the organization for that.
     
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    Shoulders are hanging on by a string to begin with. It's not a gut it out injury like broken ribs. Sh!t just doesn't work.*

    * or doesn't work in certain ways. I can pull a bow. Can't throw a ball. Anything over the top or rotation is long gone.
     
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    Difference is Hop can catch the ball with one hand. So he can rest the hurt shoulder. Just as I catch a baseball with gloved hand only, this is personal style.
     
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    LT against the saints "pain game" dominant 3 sack performance...

    Jack Youngblood brokenn leg in the SB...TO broken leg in the SB...


    You can go on & on...
     
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    Pain vs. injury decision, similar to Smith Vs. Giants. Yeah, it hurt, but it didn't hurt anything.
     
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    We should've drafted Hakeem Butler!
     
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    One of the gutsiest performances ever. 220 lb 5% body fat man, tears coming down his face demanding the ball. And Jimmy Johnson was smart enough to know it was going to inspire the team. Most coaches would have pulled him. Jimmy was "this is Emmitt's game."
     

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