Hodgdon injury status?

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  1. alphajoker

    alphajoker Hall of Fame

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    Does anyone know the severity of the rookies injury? I hope it's nothing serious because I think that he has been a good addition to the line. With some experience and a solid off-season next year, he can develop into a nice center. Plus, the line is better with Pitts at LT & McKinnney at LG.
     
  2. Doom Capers

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    Yeah, I didn't see the game, but I noticed that we gave up six sacks and new instantly that he wasn't in the game. :sarcasm:
     
  3. Texans Horror

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    He wasn't on crutches, but he was bandaged up pretty well.
     
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    There was certainly a steep drop in line play and protection when DHog left and they had to shift around the line. When he was in there and Pitts was at LT, protection was FAIRLY good.
     
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    and carr was playing fairly well. how that be?
     
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    Don't put all the sacks on the line, at least 3 of them was Carr's fault.
     
  7. Runner

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    He should be ok next week; you'll notice he didn't take his pads off today so he'd have tried to go back in if somebody had gotten hurt.
     

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