Monday, November 23, 2009

Eric Wood's Theismann Moment

Eric Wood of the Buffalo Bills broke his leg in spectacular fashion in the 4th quarter of his team's game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. CBS didnt want to replay this, but since someone YouTube'd it, you can replay it all you want. At least until they take it down.

I can never turn away from these leg snapping moments. You know they are going to be gruesome, you know they are going to be graphic, you know his career might be over, and yet you watch. Gahhh...gross. Sucks for you Eric Wood, all the best for a speedy recovery kid.


1 comment:

Gina Taylor said...

According to somecustom written papers that Eric Wood (born March 18, 1986 in Cincinnati, Ohio) is a Professional Football [[Guard (American football) Guard for the Buffalo Bills. He was drafted in the first round out of The University of Louisville. He played high school football at Elder High School in Cincinnati. Selected with the 28th pick of the 2009 NFL Draft by the Buffalo Bills. On November 22nd, 2009, Wood suffered season ending injuries to his fibula and tibia in the Bills week 11 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars after Jaguars DT Montavious Stanley ran into Wood's leg. The injury was so severe that CBS would not show a replay during the game. He had Emergency Surgery 11/22/09 in Jacksonville Florida. Not Known at this time if he will ever play the game again