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PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2012 5:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Really unfortunate for him. Hope he has a fast and healthy recovery.
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mijags wrote:
not to mention jamaal charles last year......


Didn't Charles tear his ACL at home going out of bounds?
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2012 5:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Again!? Oh man, just as he was finding his stride in that Lions lineup.

That's sad, really feel bad for the guy. Hopefully he can rehab this knee and be back at 100% for next season.


The number of knee injuries suffered at Ford Field is alarming.

I really believe the field is suspect as a contributing factor. It's not just limited to the Lions because visiting teams also have players that suffer knee injuries in Detroit.


The Colts used to have the same problem...I don't know how many high draft picks we lost because of our cheapass turf. That pretty much ruined Steve Emtman, for starters.
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The number of knee injuries suffered at Ford Field is alarming.

I really believe the field is suspect as a contributing factor. It's not just limited to the Lions because visiting teams also have players that suffer knee injuries in Detroit.


1000% agree with this. I cringe every time I see the Bengals playing the Lions. Kenny Irons tore his ACL against the Lions in the preseason which ended his career before it ever got started (Probably would have sucked anyway, but still). Ki Jana Carter tore his ACL against the Lions as well, but I think it was pre-Ford Field. Still bad juju in Detroit...


Yeah, that would've been at the Silverdome. tbh haven't really noticed anything in terms of a higher volume of injuries at Ford Field, but I don't pay attention to that stuff. Surely it's possible, but I would guess more of a coincidence.

and to poster a few above, Charles was running out of bounds but I'm pretty sure it was at Ford Field. iirc he almost ran/tripped into Roary
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2012 6:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I was hoping Broyles would find a groove and run with it... I like his potential in this league; but tearing both ACL are a problem.
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mijags wrote:
not to mention jamaal charles last year......


If I remember correctly Charles was pretty much a freak accident as he slipped on the first down marker...but I'm not positive.
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TheVillain112 wrote:
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The number of knee injuries suffered at Ford Field is alarming.

I really believe the field is suspect as a contributing factor. It's not just limited to the Lions because visiting teams also have players that suffer knee injuries in Detroit.


1000% agree with this. I cringe every time I see the Bengals playing the Lions. Kenny Irons tore his ACL against the Lions in the preseason which ended his career before it ever got started (Probably would have sucked anyway, but still). Ki Jana Carter tore his ACL against the Lions as well, but I think it was pre-Ford Field. Still bad juju in Detroit...


Mark Clayton tore his patellar tendon there too.
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jrry32 wrote:
TheVillain112 wrote:
diehardlionfan wrote:
The number of knee injuries suffered at Ford Field is alarming.

I really believe the field is suspect as a contributing factor. It's not just limited to the Lions because visiting teams also have players that suffer knee injuries in Detroit.


1000% agree with this. I cringe every time I see the Bengals playing the Lions. Kenny Irons tore his ACL against the Lions in the preseason which ended his career before it ever got started (Probably would have sucked anyway, but still). Ki Jana Carter tore his ACL against the Lions as well, but I think it was pre-Ford Field. Still bad juju in Detroit...


Mark Clayton tore his patellar tendon there too.
So, the field is dirty too? Laughing

But this sucks. He was looking like he could be a very good receiver. This will just delay his development....again.
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IDOG_det wrote:
jrry32 wrote:
TheVillain112 wrote:
diehardlionfan wrote:
The number of knee injuries suffered at Ford Field is alarming.

I really believe the field is suspect as a contributing factor. It's not just limited to the Lions because visiting teams also have players that suffer knee injuries in Detroit.


1000% agree with this. I cringe every time I see the Bengals playing the Lions. Kenny Irons tore his ACL against the Lions in the preseason which ended his career before it ever got started (Probably would have sucked anyway, but still). Ki Jana Carter tore his ACL against the Lions as well, but I think it was pre-Ford Field. Still bad juju in Detroit...


Mark Clayton tore his patellar tendon there too.
So, the field is dirty too? Laughing

But this sucks. He was looking like he could be a very good receiver. This will just delay his development....again.


Nah, just the turf monster. Rams have the same issue.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2012 9:05 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Terrible for Broyles and Lions with Titus Young being an idiot.
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Cant catch a break.

Probably doesnt help he is playing on cement half his games.
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This guy can't seem to catch a break, shame too because he has all the talent in the world.
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TheVillain112 wrote:
diehardlionfan wrote:
The number of knee injuries suffered at Ford Field is alarming.

I really believe the field is suspect as a contributing factor. It's not just limited to the Lions because visiting teams also have players that suffer knee injuries in Detroit.


1000% agree with this. I cringe every time I see the Bengals playing the Lions. Kenny Irons tore his ACL against the Lions in the preseason which ended his career before it ever got started (Probably would have sucked anyway, but still). Ki Jana Carter tore his ACL against the Lions as well, but I think it was pre-Ford Field. Still bad juju in Detroit...


This is how I feel about Heinz field. Never ever want to go there.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2012 12:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Pep tweaked his knee pretty good there last year, Mark Bradley tore his ACL there in 2005. God I hope we are able to sit our starters somehow in that game.
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At what point does the NFL start looking in to field conditions with injuries like this?
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