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    I didnt think he was dead. But I did think he got hit helmet to head.

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    Ed Bouchette ‏@EdBouchette:

    @L_Bell26: I just wanna thank everyone for the txts and tweets...I am okayy! thanks for all your concern, I really appreciate it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hawaiiansteel View Post
    Ed Bouchette ‏@EdBouchette:

    “@L_Bell26: I just wanna thank everyone for the txts and tweets...I am okayy! thanks for all your concern, I really appreciate it!”

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    probably the first time watching the NFL I didn't care about the result of the play. I was just hoping he was okay. scary moment, let alone for a Steeler fan.

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    I was wondering where the flag for the blatant helmet to helmet hit was? Even Colinsworth, the Steeler hater that he his, was saying it....

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    Come on, dead really? No did not think he was dead. But I was very concerned he got hit in the head/face with a helmet after his helmet came off was why Heath "pushed" the camera away. Very scary for a very good rookie. Hope he did not lose all the memories from a nice game he had. They said he was very pumped to play on thanksgiving day! Plus we got a good look at how he can play tonight. I have been impressed with him and he stepped it up tonight. Just what play makers do for a primetime game with our rival.
    I did not think it was serious either. But the back of his head did hit the ground pretty hard and that was probably what caused the problem. I really did not think the initial contact was significant.

    Uh! I was a leery of this pick at first but have been posting for several weeks now that this player is having a very positive impact on these games.

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    In any case, I hope he and the team err on the side of caution here. Don't rush back. This is Dwyer's chance to step up and be a man.

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    He postured after he hit the ground. Arms contracted...knew it knocked him out like a huge boxer knock out. I'm just glad it wasn't worse. He could easily be in a wheelchair or worse after a hit like that.

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    Happy news to hear he is OK. He played well in that game, clutch and up to the intensity of such a game. He could be a special player for us over the coming years.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Jooser View Post
    I was wondering where the flag for the blatant helmet to helmet hit was? Even Colinsworth, the Steeler hater that he his, was saying it....
    I don't think running backs get that call when they are running the ball. Only if they are a "defenseless receiver"
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    Actually, with the crap officiating on Thursday, I half expected the refs to flag Bell for helmet-to-helmet...

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