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eric

Verona, WI

#1 Oct 21, 2013
ESPN is reporting that JerMichael Finley is in the ICU after his neck injury..He was able to move his limbs but obviously its very serious!
All my prayers go to J.Finley and his family!!!! Most Important thing here is JerMichael comes out of this healthy and a safe recovery.
Packer hacker

Lake In The Hills, IL

#2 Oct 21, 2013
eric wrote:
ESPN is reporting that JerMichael Finley is in the ICU after his neck injury..He was able to move his limbs but obviously its very serious!
All my prayers go to J.Finley and his family!!!! Most Important thing here is JerMichael comes out of this healthy and a safe recovery.
hope it's just testing and nothing serious, speedy recovery. bears have lost lance Briggs for 4-6 weeks, I throw in the towel.
Packer hacker

Lake In The Hills, IL

#3 Oct 21, 2013
eric wrote:
ESPN is reporting that JerMichael Finley is in the ICU after his neck injury..He was able to move his limbs but obviously its very serious!
All my prayers go to J.Finley and his family!!!! Most Important thing here is JerMichael comes out of this healthy and a safe recovery.
I just heard Finley did some walking around this morning, that's a good sign.
eric

Verona, WI

#4 Oct 21, 2013
Ouch! I watched the Bears game yesterday and the defense was not good!..Way to many guys injured there. Briggs left with a Shoulder? I know he left injured and was standing on the sideline on the last few drives. Is Cutler gone? When he couldnt climb the stairs you know thats not good either but Josh McCown played rather well,so that shouldnt be to much a problem.Chicago will have to play like GB last few years,outscore people and thats not Chicago football.
Hell the Packers arent that much healthier at this point.Clay is out another 3 4 weeks,Perry another month or so prob. Lord knows when Hayward will play finally..Jones may be back next week,but, Cobb is gone for much the rest of the year,Finley is gone for a while id imagine ( id be shocked if he plays again this year and if its as bad as it looks,he may think about hanging it up,,ICU after a neck injury is nothing to down play or screw around with!)esp after his kid freaked out after he was concussed a few weeks back
Packer hacker

Lake In The Hills, IL

#5 Oct 21, 2013
eric wrote:
Ouch! I watched the Bears game yesterday and the defense was not good!..Way to many guys injured there. Briggs left with a Shoulder? I know he left injured and was standing on the sideline on the last few drives. Is Cutler gone? When he couldnt climb the stairs you know thats not good either but Josh McCown played rather well,so that shouldnt be to much a problem.Chicago will have to play like GB last few years,outscore people and thats not Chicago football.
Hell the Packers arent that much healthier at this point.Clay is out another 3 4 weeks,Perry another month or so prob. Lord knows when Hayward will play finally..Jones may be back next week,but, Cobb is gone for much the rest of the year,Finley is gone for a while id imagine ( id be shocked if he plays again this year and if its as bad as it looks,he may think about hanging it up,,ICU after a neck injury is nothing to down play or screw around with!)esp after his kid freaked out after he was concussed a few weeks back
after lance left the game the depleted defense gave up 234 yards, lance was having another Probowl year . You are right Bears we'll be in big trouble playing GB, no way to stop the run or Rodgers in a few weeks. Cutler update in a few minutes. Don't really matter now with no defense at all. Good luck to Finley, hope he will recover and continue his season and career.
GBPmies

Finland

#6 Oct 21, 2013
This is a crazy year for injuries! Now cutler is out 1 month. I watched the game yesterday and McGown actually looked pretty good. If it wasn’t for the defense he would have won that game. I don’t expect too much drop off at QB for the bears.

The Packers backups looked pretty good yesterday, lets see how long they can keep it up. It is NFC North time for them!
eric

Verona, WI

#7 Oct 21, 2013
Packer hacker wrote:
<quoted text> I just heard Finley did some walking around this morning, that's a good sign.
Yes it is,a very good sign,Who knows if he will play again this year,or he may retire,who knows,but, most importantly,walking around is a good thing
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#8 Oct 21, 2013
It must be a miracle. The guy that was moving his arms and legs yesterday is still able to move today. I hear that many football players become paralyzed AFTER they are admitted at a hospital. But he did suffer a neck injury, which as everyone knows are more important than other injuries.
eric

Verona, WI

#9 Oct 21, 2013
Are you this much of a freaking moron or just acting like an asshole?
Stop being such ignorant,arrogant prick all your life,the guy suffered neck injury and Thank God hes at least able to walk so hes not paralyzed.By the way even if you can move,doesn't mean the neck injury isnt serious.After all the guy is a fellow human,,a father,husband,son family member,friend ect.try some compassion instead of arrogance.
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#10 Oct 21, 2013
eric wrote:
Are you this much of a freaking moron or just acting like an asshole?
Stop being such ignorant,arrogant prick all your life,the guy suffered neck injury and Thank God hes at least able to walk so hes not paralyzed.By the way even if you can move,doesn't mean the neck injury isnt serious.After all the guy is a fellow human,,a father,husband,son family member,friend ect.try some compassion instead of arrogance.
Drama queen! I'm as concerned about Finley as any Packer player. I'm not MORE concerned about Finley like you. The stupid crap about thanking god he can walk simply proves that you didn't watch the game and/or that you are a nutty drama queen.
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#11 Oct 21, 2013
BTW I certainly don't need to be preached to about "compassion" by a person that has made it pretty clear that he feels that players that suffered head trauma in the past should just buck up and take it. Aren't you one of the people that thinks head trauma is "just a part of the game"? And that every player knows the risks? If you had any compassion I assume you would care that the NFL had no reasonable safety protocols for 90 years.
Packer hacker

Lake In The Hills, IL

#12 Oct 21, 2013
eric wrote:
<quoted text>Yes it is,a very good sign,Who knows if he will play again this year,or he may retire,who knows,but, most importantly,walking around is a good thing
It's still very serious , bruised spinal cord. All the money and fame isn't worth being paralyzed for a game. hope he makes a full recovery
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GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#13 Oct 22, 2013
Packer hacker wrote:
<quoted text> It's still very serious , bruised spinal cord. All the money and fame isn't worth being paralyzed for a game. hope he makes a full recovery
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We all hope he recovers. However, we can do that without exaggerating his condition. Apparently you and the other drama queen need to go to medical school and learn what "paralyzed" means. Or instead, perhaps you could watch the games about which you comment. Paralyzed people don't move their arms and legs and wave on their way off the field.

Isn't it embarrassing enough that you are wrong about all things football? Do you offset that somehow by also being wrong about all things medical?
Reggie4-2

Garden City, NY

#14 Oct 22, 2013
Time for mr. quarless to step it up.Cross your fingers he doesnt get injured too.Whats with all these injuries in the nfl- its like an epidemic.
Packer Backer WichitaKs

Wichita, KS

#15 Oct 24, 2013
eric wrote:
Are you this much of a freaking moron or just acting like an asshole?
Stop being such ignorant,arrogant prick all your life,the guy suffered neck injury and Thank God hes at least able to walk so hes not paralyzed.By the way even if you can move,doesn't mean the neck injury isnt serious.After all the guy is a fellow human,,a father,husband,son family member,friend ect.try some compassion instead of arrogance.
Hey Eric. Don't let GBPfan get to you. As you can see by reading other threads on topix he's back to his old tiresome ways of useless banter with others (packer hacker) which has become repetitive and boring. As you know, none of us likes to see these injuries and we all hope those injured recover not just to play again but to also function as normal human beings. Cobb, Jones etc will most likely recover to see the field again. However, in the case of Finley, he may have to take a hard look at playing again once he recovers. Thank goodness he was not paralyzed, but a bruised spinal cord is, nonetheless, a serious injury. Back to the matter at hand. As in 2010, the Packers find themselves fighting numerous injuries and I expect them to do so. They need to handle these games within the division. Sounds like Ponder will get the start Sunday night and this will improve the Vikings chances on winning the game. I believe he will come out with a chip on his shoulder and play well. Would rather have seen Freeman in there. Peterson sounds like he is nursing a sore hammy. Expect this to be a tough game especially in the Metrodome. Your thoughts?
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#16 Oct 24, 2013
Packer Backer WichitaKs wrote:
<quoted text>Hey Eric. Don't let GBPfan get to you. As you can see by reading other threads on topix he's back to his old tiresome ways of useless banter with others (packer hacker) which has become repetitive and boring. As you know, none of us likes to see these injuries and we all hope those injured recover not just to play again but to also function as normal human beings. Cobb, Jones etc will most likely recover to see the field again. However, in the case of Finley, he may have to take a hard look at playing again once he recovers. Thank goodness he was not paralyzed, but a bruised spinal cord is, nonetheless, a serious injury. Back to the matter at hand. As in 2010, the Packers find themselves fighting numerous injuries and I expect them to do so. They need to handle these games within the division. Sounds like Ponder will get the start Sunday night and this will improve the Vikings chances on winning the game. I believe he will come out with a chip on his shoulder and play well. Would rather have seen Freeman in there. Peterson sounds like he is nursing a sore hammy. Expect this to be a tough game especially in the Metrodome. Your thoughts?
ROFLMAO. Try as hard as you like. Lie over and over again. It doesn't matter to me. I wish Finley a quick recovery. I simply don't think he's the MOST important thing as eric has said. I consider ALL injured players (not just Packer players) injuries serious enough not to say that teams are better off without those players as eric has done.

The overblown exaggerations about Finley being paralyzed is simply drama queen material from people that are stupid and/or didn't watch the game and see him moving all of his extremities after the hit. I'm certainly glad the NFL has finally started to take head trauma serious.(It's no wonder the NFL was successfully sued for it's actions in reckless disregard of player safety in the past! The billion dollar settlement was a clear sign of just how reckless the NFL had been.) It's way past time that the NFL used a little caution. It was more than appropriate that Finley was carted off the field and taken to a hospital. But as serious as the situation was and is, it can't turn it into paralyzation when the guy was never paralyzed! You and every other drama queen simply need to turn your flames down to low!
Packer Backer WichitaKs

Wichita, KS

#17 Oct 24, 2013
GBPfan wrote:
<quoted text>
ROFLMAO. Try as hard as you like. Lie over and over again. It doesn't matter to me. I wish Finley a quick recovery. I simply don't think he's the MOST important thing as eric has said. I consider ALL injured players (not just Packer players) injuries serious enough not to say that teams are better off without those players as eric has done.
The overblown exaggerations about Finley being paralyzed is simply drama queen material from people that are stupid and/or didn't watch the game and see him moving all of his extremities after the hit. I'm certainly glad the NFL has finally started to take head trauma serious.(It's no wonder the NFL was successfully sued for it's actions in reckless disregard of player safety in the past! The billion dollar settlement was a clear sign of just how reckless the NFL had been.) It's way past time that the NFL used a little caution. It was more than appropriate that Finley was carted off the field and taken to a hospital. But as serious as the situation was and is, it can't turn it into paralyzation when the guy was never paralyzed! You and every other drama queen simply need to turn your flames down to low!
It's funny you mention being a drama queen. I never once thought that Finley was paralyzed because I did watch the game, saw the hit, and saw movement from Finley as he was leaving the field. That being said, this could still be a career-threatening injury. No drama there, just a simple possibility. Let nature take its course in the healing process and we'll see from there. Sorry if you think that is being dramatic, get over it.
Packer Backer WichitaKs

Wichita, KS

#18 Oct 24, 2013
eric wrote:
Are you this much of a freaking moron or just acting like an asshole?
Stop being such ignorant,arrogant prick all your life,the guy suffered neck injury and Thank God hes at least able to walk so hes not paralyzed.By the way even if you can move,doesn't mean the neck injury isnt serious.After all the guy is a fellow human,,a father,husband,son family member,friend ect.try some compassion instead of arrogance.
I have to agree with you here Eric. GBPfan is out of control again. God forbid you offer an opinion or a comment that he doesn't like. Now I understand why all the Vikings and Bears fans think the way they do about this person. He has become repetitive, dislikes anything you say against his thought process and sees things one way, his way. Too bad. I'll still will look forward to seeing your comments.
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#19 Oct 24, 2013
Packer Backer WichitaKs wrote:
<quoted text>It's funny you mention being a drama queen. I never once thought that Finley was paralyzed because I did watch the game, saw the hit, and saw movement from Finley as he was leaving the field. That being said, this could still be a career-threatening injury. No drama there, just a simple possibility. Let nature take its course in the healing process and we'll see from there. Sorry if you think that is being dramatic, get over it.
No, THAT wasn't overly dramatic. Why don't you start with something like that next time instead of acting like a drama queen?
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#20 Oct 24, 2013
Packer Backer WichitaKs wrote:
<quoted text>I have to agree with you here Eric. GBPfan is out of control again. God forbid you offer an opinion or a comment that he doesn't like. Now I understand why all the Vikings and Bears fans think the way they do about this person. He has become repetitive, dislikes anything you say against his thought process and sees things one way, his way. Too bad. I'll still will look forward to seeing your comments.
There you go again. You just can't resist being a drama queen, can you? Have you always acted so emotionally when someone disagrees with you? Or is that a symptom of menopause?

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