Texans vs. Rams Injury Report

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  1. CloakNNNdagger

    CloakNNNdagger Site Contributor

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    Pertinent changes from last week:

    Martin..............shoulder
    Braman.............neck and knee
    Foster...............thumb and add chest back into the picture
    Pleasant............ankle
    Tate.................shoulder turns into an elbow

    Ed Reed.............no listing for hip or abdomen (no way his hip should not be listed), but I guess they didn't want to overload his list since they had to add a knee to his report (compensatory injuries are only beginning....will only increase with play time)

    Meyers..............no change from biceps, but in light of all the poor snaps, important to note

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    HOUSTON TEXANS

    Wednesday (10/9/13)

    DID NOT PARTICIPATE
    ILB Tim Dobbins Hamstring
    WR Andre Johnson Shin
    WR Keshawn Martin Shoulder
    ILB Darryl Sharpton Foot
    LG Wade Smith Knee

    LIMITED PARTICIPATION
    OLB Bryan Braman Neck/Knee
    RG Brandon Brooks Toe
    LT Duane Brown Toe
    RB Arian Foster Thumb/Chest
    FS Ed Reed Knee

    FULL PARTICIPATION
    ILB Brian Cushing Knee
    CB Brice McCain Knee
    C Chris Myers Biceps
    RT Derek Newton Knee
    S Eddie Pleasant Ankle
    WR DeVier Posey Achilles
    DE Antonio Smith Quadricep
    RB Ben Tate Elbow
    DE J.J. Watt Nose

    ST. LOUIS RAMS

    Wednesday (10/9/13)

    DID NOT PARTICIPATE
    CB Cortland Finnegan Thigh
    T Rodger Saffold Knee
    RB Zac Stacy Chest

    LIMITED PARTICIPATION
    DE William Hayes Knee
    DT Matt Conrath Concussion
     
  2. Dishman

    Dishman Miss Ya Blue

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    CNd - I know you'll probably be spot on about Reed, and I appreciate the information, but your posts like this always give me the Grim Reaper vibe. It's almost like your standing behind the player, invisible to them, silently reading over their list of injuries and foretelling their future before swinging your scythe to cut them down (this is how I like to imagine it anyway hehe).

    Sometimes tough to swallow your message as a fan, but always respect and appreciate your analysis.
     
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  3. cbs1507

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    That may explain the skull for avatar...
     
  4. eriadoc

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    Did they list Schaub with a brain ailment?
     
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    Vinny shiny happy fan Staff Member

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    no but his pride is bruised and his body language is questionable.
     
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    It should be on the report then! :)
     
  7. CloakNNNdagger

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    Doesn't look promising for Martin to return Sunday. Could lead a quite of few changes.

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    From Dougherty:

    With AJ unable to place weight on his leg, my original impression when it happened was a bone bruise, and that he would need to be totally kept off of his leg likely for a couple of weeks. Even then, though the Texans dispelled that this was a bone bruise and reported that this was simply a bad soft tissue bruise, it appears to be acting more like a deep bone bruise that occurs in a weight dependent bone (in this case the tibia).
     
  9. CloakNNNdagger

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    PFT reports:


    This didn't sound right, and is evidently a false report as I researched and found the following.


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    AJ doesn't need any more problems than he already has.
     
  10. HouTx11

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    Lestar Jean is the next man up. Make it so.
     
  11. CloakNNNdagger

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    Ed Reed's new injury.........medial collateral ligament (knee)........of course, it's just a little nick.........so when's the arthroscopy?:kitten:


     
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    It's hearing things like this that disturbs me so much.

    Kubiak:

    (on WR Andre Johnson saying that he was dragging his leg when he looked at the film form last week)
    “Yeah, that concerns me and I think that’s our responsibility. If you feel like any player can’t protect themselves regardless of how bad they want to play for their team or something, I think you, as a coach, have got to step in. But he’s worked through this and found a way to work through it. If today’s an indicator, he should be able to do it again. We’ll see, but we owe Andre, from a respect standpoint as a coach, you have to, if he’s not able to do the things he’s capable of doing, we can’t put him in a bad situation and we won’t do that.”

    You have.........and you will...........totally contradictory statements.
     

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