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2013 NFL Week 2 Injuries

Written by Andrew Scofield   
Wednesday, 18 September 2013 23:48

2013 NFL predictionsNFL Week 2 was brutal with respect to injuries, many important names of their teams left the field early and left many fans worried. The good news is that most of them are not serious, at least according to the information released to date. Several running backs were injured and a number of disturbing concussions.

The famous head injury ran loose in the last round, proving that measures and rule changes made ​​by the NFL to minimize them are not working. The Packers' RB Eddie Lacy left the field with a concussion following a collision with Brandon Meriweather in his first loaded. The curious thing is that the safety of the Redskins also left the field with the same injury some time later, after a tackle on James Starks, who came to replace Lacy.

Other players who have suffered concussions in week 2 were the great Andre Johnson , Texans WR, and freshman Eric Reid , safety of the San Francisco 49ers. Recalling that the return of these players to the lawn can take one to two weeks, they must follow all the strict protocol imposed by the NFL in cases of head injury.

 

Eddie Lacy was only one of five running backs holders who have left the field with injuries, playing some fantasy you be smart now! The most serious case was Steven Jackson , Falcons player. He injured his thigh after scoring a touchdown in the victory against the St. Louis Rams and should be two to four weeks out. Ray Rice should not play next week. Rice injured his hip, the prediction is that the doctors embezzling the Ravens the next two weeks.

Another RB who has been suffering with injuries is Reggie Bush . The player who was no longer 100% received a blow to the knee in a loss to the Arizona Cardinals. The imaging was negative, so he may act in the next round. Same situation for Maurice Jones-Drew, the Jaguars, the sprained ankle was lighter than expected. The possibility that he was on the field against the Seahawks on Sunday is good.

Had starting quarterback is hurting too, Brandon Weeden , the Cleveland Browns, injured the thumb of the hand release in defeat to the Baltimore Ravens. Despite the imaging does not point fracture, it is likely that he embezzled at least the team in Week 3. Since his replacement is Brian Hoyer, Weeden's injury is bad for the Browns.

Some athletes should act even injured, in the case of Vernon Davis, Larry Fitzgerald and Roddy White. Fitz Davis and suffer from small injuries to the thigh, as follows White ankle with a nuisance which is hindering their performance. Despite being on the field, should not have a fundamental role in their attacks.

Now the sad part of the newsletter, the following athletes no longer play in 2013. Sean Weatherspoon , LB Falcons defense leader, had a serious sprained ankle, even if the All-Pro left tackle Ryan Clady of the Denver Broncos. Other than acts more this season is Ian Williams , NT the San Francisco 49ers broke his ankle.

Although it has not yet been placed on injury reserve, others should follow the same path of the players mentioned above is Patrick Robinson , CB Saints. He suffered a serious knee injury and left the field with a mobile stretcher. Although nothing has been officially confirmed, New Orleans has tried to hire the veteran cornerback Chris Carr to replace Robinson.

 
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