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There were plenty of big story lines this week. SportsCenter will play all of them on repeat for the next 72 hours. But if you want to get the scoop and avoid seeing the “Discount Double Check” commercial 63 times (and not the good one with B.J. Raji), allow us to break down the highlights and low-lights of week 5, in a way that only the Chicks can. Let’s Hit it and Quit it, people!Hit ItEven with a losing record, Drew Brees is still breaking records. How fitting that he broke the original “#19″ Johnny Unitas’ record for consecutive games with a touchdown to the Saints’ #19, Devery Henderson. Quit ItThe Patriots/Broncos game almost lived up to all the hype. That is until Willis McGahee did what Willis McGahee does. Can you imagine how epic it would have been if Manning had been able to orchestrate that comeback? Protect the damn ball, McGahee!Hit ItFor all of you who have been waiting for the four leaf clover to finally sprout out of Andrew Luck’s butt, it finally happened! ...
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When B.J. Raji went down with an ankle injury during the Green Bay Packers’ shocking loss to the Indianapolis Colts, many people feared the worst. The injury looked bad when he was blocked, and many feared it could end his season. Yet as of now, Green Bay does not feel as if Raji suffered any structural damage to his ankle.
Raji suffered the injury during the second quarter of...
Green Bay Packers nose tackle B.J. Raji is having an MRI taken on his injured ankle Monday, but early reports indicate that no structural damage is expected to be found, according to the NFL Network. Raji left Sunday's game against the Indianapolis Colts in the second quarter when he hurt the ankle while being blocked. He did not return and the Packers eventually lost to the...
The one thing the Broncos couldn't do as they were rallying back with five minutes left in the fourth quarter against the Patriots was cough the ball up. And then it happened. New England defensive end Rob Ninkovich reached his hand around and dislodged the ball from Denver running back Willis McGahee's grasp and as soon as Jermaine Cunningham dove on the ball, the game was...
According to Steve Wyche of NFL.com, Green Bay Packers nose tackle B.J. Raji didn’t suffer any structural damage to his ankle during yesterday’s loss to the Colts.
“Raji is scheduled to undergo an MRI today, but a source with knowledge of the situation told NFL Network analyst Steve Wyche that no structural damange to the ankle was expected to be found,wrote Kareem Copeland of NFL.com.
The injury bug is biting the Green Bay Packers badly today, as Cedric Benson left the field moments ago on a cart, and now he's joined by defensive tackle B.J. Raji, who left with an injury to his left ankle.
Raji may have only seven tackles on the season, but he's a constant force and nose tackle, and their most reliable interior lineman. If Raji is out, it will fall on...
INDIANAPOLIS-There’s a lot of downside that the Green Bay Packers are taking away from their loss to the Indianapolis Colts.
After dropping their third loss in five games, there has to be some concern in Title Town in regards to why the Packers are not able to close out football games.
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Even though Green Bay Packers nose tackle B.J. Raji was able to walk out of the locker room under his own power today, he will undergo an MRI on today.
Raji suffered an ankle injury during yesterday’s loss to the Colts and will undergo further testing today.
Welcome to Players View’s breakdown of Sunday’s most definitive NFL moments. The Monday Morning Hangover takes a look at the largest chunk of the fifth week’s action.
#10 Injuries Ruled the Day
NFL locker rooms substituted for M.A.S.H units there were so many significant injuries that took place. The injuries to quarterbacks such as the concussed RG3 and Matt Cassel grabbed...
The Green Bay Packers not only lost their Week 5 matchup against the Indianapolis Colts yesterday, they also lost three key players during that contest; tight end Jermichael Finley, defensive tackle B.J. Raji and running back Cedric Benson. Of the three, Finley’s injury looks to be the least series. The tight end is optimistic he’ll be able to rejoin the Packers in time...
The Green Bay Packers lost three starters during their Week 5 loss to the Indianapolis Colts; running back Cedric Benson, tight end
Jermichael Finley and defensive tackle B.J. Raji. One of the three will be sidelined
Week 6, while the status of the other two remains up in the air.
The Packers have announced that Benson will miss this
weekend’s contest against the Houston...
Denver Broncos News
Another week in the books and another week of miscues. The Denver Broncos, frustratingly, are finding ways to lose. The talent is there, make no mistake, but the mental toughness and discipline is not. [DenverBroncos.com & SI.com]
Willis McGahee feels like a goat today, but there is enough blame to go around that he shouldn’t feel completely responsible...