...it's God Himself.
Injuries to stars could be serious
By Karen Guregian/ Patriots Notebook
Monday, September 26, 2005
On appearance alone, the injury situation doesn't look good for either safety Rodney Harrison or offensive lineman Matt Light. Neither looks like he'll be playing any time soon.
While the Patriots termed both as having "leg'' injuries, Harrison's is a left knee.
After the game, the Pats' Pro Bowl safety was on crutches outside the locker room with a brace on his left knee. He spoke briefly to Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward, receiving well wishes, before getting helped onto the back of a cart and driven out of the stadium.
Harrison was hurt at 7:26 of the first quarter on a Willie Parker run as Steelers wide receiver Cedrick Wilson fell into his leg. The replays were tough to watch, as Harrison's knee buckled awkwardly...
I mean, another DB and our best offensive lineman? The one who protects Brady's blind side?
"Not so cocky now, are ya?" SOXFAN (see below) is saying.
"Shut up. I do NOT need your bullshit right now," replies PATSFAN.