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HASSELBECK OUT TWO-TO-FOUR WEEKS

Discussion in 'NFL Discussions' started by PackerLegend, Oct 23, 2006.

  1. PackerLegend

    PackerLegend Cheesehead

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    When Seahawks quaterback Matt Hasselbeck was hit low on Sunday by Vikings linebacker E.J. Henderson, it looked to us like Hasselbeck had suffered a torn ACL.

    Though he didn't sustain a season-ending injury, he reportedly will miss the next two-to-four weeks with a strained MCL.

    Seneca Wallace will start in Hasselbeck's absence. The team also is missing running back Shaun Alexander, who has missed three games with a broken bone in his foot.

    The 4-2 Seahawks travel to Kansas City on Sunday, then host the Raiders and the Rams.
     
  2. kmac

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    Seneca Wallace is a good player, and IIRC the Seahawks schedule is pretty soft over the next 4 weeks.
     
  3. BryanAschenbrenner

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    I am not a person to wish bad things upon people, but I really can't stand Matt Hasselbeck.
     
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    I thought that the LB intentionally rolled up into Hasselbeck's legs. He could have stopped rolling if he wanted to. I guess that it is part of the game, but an unfortunate part.
     
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    are you serious?

    it looked more unintentional than the one that caused carson palmers injury.
     
  6. 4thand26

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    I'm not saying that I would bet the money that you won on GB yesterday that he did it intentionally, but... Yes, I somewhat thought it was intentional. Maybe he didn't know he was there. I guess that it just sucks for a team to lose a player on a play like that.
     
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    The defender pushed Henderson into Hasselbeck, you can see him sliding on his hands and knees, not rolling.

    That defender that dove at Culpepper's knees last year was a lot worse and nothing was said.
     
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    That sucks for the Squaks. I think that it was unintentional but injuries have hit everywhere this past week, they are part of the game, you just have to find ways to move on. Unfortunately I don't think Seattle has the defense to carry them should this unfortunate circumstance seriously cripple their offense.
     
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    :bs:

    Newton's First Law of Motion
     
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    A body that is put in motion, and does not try to avoid hitting the defenseless qb, shall stay in motion.

    Issac Newton, long time bear fan.
     
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    Unless acted upon by an outside source, such as a Fullback.

    Issac Newton laughed at Bears
     
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    You're thinking of Nate Newton!



    "We will take the ball......and we're going to score!"
     
  13. 4thand26

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    You are wrong on the quote. He actually said
    "We will take the ball.....and you're going to score!
     
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    Damn all this time I thought he was wrong!!!
     
  15. BryanAschenbrenner

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    Get this! Now the wise-*** claims that the vikings were trying to take him out of the game, and that the play he was injured on was dirty! I cannot stand this Favre wannabee.
     
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    Hasselbeck doesn't have enough hair to be a Favre wanna-be. Now Bradshaw on the other hand...
     

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