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  • dee5tank
    dee5tank Hace 2 meses +269

    Any signs of concussions should automatically be 2 weeks off. Average time to heal from a concussion is 7-14 days.

    • Grace- CHECK MY PROFILE
      Grace- CHECK MY PROFILE Hace 2 meses

      Get better, Tua. Screw the NFL and the Dolphins for allowing this to happen.

    • marquise carr
      marquise carr Hace 2 meses

      Nah facts no questions asked

    • Ray Donovn
      Ray Donovn Hace 2 meses

      In reality, you should re-evaluate after suffering one bad concussion. You may fully heal, but once you get up to 3 concussions you are in the danger zone and they can occur years apart.

    • Ross
      Ross Hace 2 meses

      I agree 100%. Better safe than sorry.

    • Christopher Gonzales
      Christopher Gonzales Hace 2 meses

      I was concussed... took me well more than a week to feel better. Like a month

  • craig mccann
    craig mccann Hace 2 meses +374

    Prayers to Tua. Can’t help but think last week he was failed by everyone..

    • Biggs Biggs
      Biggs Biggs Hace 2 meses

      @matt burgoyne that's so true but a concussion is different than an ankle injury we all saw him whablely

    • Grace- CHECK MY PROFILE
      Grace- CHECK MY PROFILE Hace 2 meses

      Get better, Tua. Screw the NFL and the Dolphins for allowing this to happen.

    • Rick Martin
      Rick Martin Hace 2 meses

      @Nick Barcheck if it sets your psych at ease, it works.

    • Rick Martin
      Rick Martin Hace 2 meses +1

      @matt burgoyne AB danced off the field and was later seen during the day wearing stillettos - he was a lying SOB who was given numerous chances by different NFL teams.

    • Rick Martin
      Rick Martin Hace 2 meses +2

      not everyone - the fans had no say.....but we need to decide if this is a sport we're willing to support by watching

  • Dominick Toran
    Dominick Toran Hace 2 meses +304

    I think he wanted to play because the world keeps doubting him and he feels his job on the line .😢

    • Grace- CHECK MY PROFILE
      Grace- CHECK MY PROFILE Hace 2 meses

      Get better, Tua. Screw the NFL and the Dolphins for allowing this to happen.

    • khanh nguyen
      khanh nguyen Hace 2 meses

      His jobs is on the lines, if the dophin do not make it deep in the playoff this year they are going to replace him with Tom Brady or a new first round draft

    • Banned by Commie YouTube 5 times b4 this
      Banned by Commie YouTube 5 times b4 this Hace 2 meses

      That’s life in the NFL.

    • Alex Cernatescu
      Alex Cernatescu Hace 2 meses

      @Dominick Toran speak for yourself as a Christian man I try to put my pride away everyday.

    • travdaddy 222555
      travdaddy 222555 Hace 2 meses +1

      Yes.... But it is on the line .

  • Sacramento King
    Sacramento King Hace 2 meses +661

    The NFL’s nightmare on full display.

    • Maekong
      Maekong Hace 2 meses

      More accurately, the nightmare that _is_ the NFL has been laid bare (not so great with the glitz and glamor stripped away, eh?) in recent times to degrees never before possible. To think this is only one spoke on the wheel of nonsense that the over-arching spectacle of the NFL has become. Thank Dog for internet technology. At least now, the gaslighting is no longer tucked away in some backroom where only muffled sobs escape. We, the fanbase/taxpayer/body politic - what have you - have allowed this shit to metastasize throughout virtually every spectrum of perceived reality. No more excuses. We're complicit because we're paying _all_ the salaries as well as providing the astoundingly fertile fields for such multi-faceted nonsense to flourish. I'm not in the business of liking people, and that sort of thing isn't usually expected of me. But, for some reason, I like Tua and I'm f*cking tired of him being maligned and otherwise f*cked over in the public zeitgeist. So, admittedly, having this situation rattling around in my skull against the backdrop of the whole, still unresolved (and yes, a 12-game suspension is a f*cking travesty of epic proportions) and largely unaddressed Watson/Ratings/NFL-driven clusterf*ck has proven to be more than my feeble mind can keep afloat while still remembering to breathe; I'm not a kid anymore, ffs. So, thanks in advance for your patience and tolerance in this matter. I realize perceptions may vary. But if mine is in any way helpful in shifting the momentum between indignance and indifference, then it will have been well-f*cking-worth it. Out of respect for you, Sacramento King, I tempered the profanity quite a bit. Peace out.

    • Grace- CHECK MY PROFILE
      Grace- CHECK MY PROFILE Hace 2 meses

      Get better, Tua. Screw the NFL and the Dolphins for allowing this to happen.

    • Christopher Comitini
      Christopher Comitini Hace 2 meses

      @La Flama Blanca 100 percent.

    • La Flama Blanca
      La Flama Blanca Hace 2 meses

      @Christopher Comitini no shit, they make them wait months. People shouldn’t be surprised that he didn’t die or that he isn’t paralyzed.

    • trizzo
      trizzo Hace 2 meses

      Lol you think this changes anything like at all whatsoever? Guys get rocked in football lol you woke fucks are trying to ruin everything

  • Henderson Galbreath
    Henderson Galbreath Hace 2 meses +143

    Get better, Tua. Screw the NFL and the Dolphins for allowing this to happen.

    • Minnesota Momma
      Minnesota Momma Hace 2 meses

      @Dodger Greg I think that the players want to play no matter what. A head injury can have lasting implications for later in life...when you are young you are not thinking about that. It is also time for Tua to get his big payday and he doesn't want to hamper negotiations or amount. I am a mom of 4 and a grandma of 9 and if Tua was my child I would be very concerned. Thank for your input though, I appreciate it.

    • Dodger Greg
      Dodger Greg Hace 2 meses

      @Minnesota Momma the players gotta wanna help themselves before anyone else can help em

    • Dodger Greg
      Dodger Greg Hace 2 meses

      @Ha ha wallace the difference between a neck injury and a concussion are night and day in terms of symptoms... if you wanna assume Tua DIDNT knowingly lie about his injury then you're also assuming he's a moron of epic proportions

    • Blazers4life
      Blazers4life Hace 2 meses

      @Kainteeka So true, it’s because the media is all over Miami, then the lemmings follow.

    • Grace- CHECK MY PROFILE
      Grace- CHECK MY PROFILE Hace 2 meses

      Get better, Tua. Screw the NFL and the Dolphins for allowing this to happen.

  • Andrew Smythe
    Andrew Smythe Hace 2 meses +172

    There is like 8-9 former team doctors on Twitter questioning why they are putting him on a plane. That is borderline negligence.

    • O'Dochartaigh of O'Donegal
      O'Dochartaigh of O'Donegal Hace 2 meses

      @Cryptos Circus Not necessarily the result of flight- if you've ever suffered a concussion, you would know the protocol is for you to be awoken every 20-30 minutes the night of the injury

    • Grace- CHECK MY PROFILE
      Grace- CHECK MY PROFILE Hace 2 meses

      Get better, Tua. Screw the NFL and the Dolphins for allowing this to happen.

    • Devlin Hall
      Devlin Hall Hace 2 meses

      Yeah the hospital can’t just make you stay over your own free will let alone a billion dollar corporations. He may not of flew back with the team but instead just said he was.. everything that has transpired to then saying he’s flying back with the team ain’t good, it don’t sound good. It’s one thing after the next that just makes Miami look aweful

    • Baltej Bains
      Baltej Bains Hace 2 meses +1

      @Darth Liberty "if necessary" is quite vague. I bet the UC hospital strongly recommended, but could not enforce, overnight evaluation, but the dolphins had other plans didn't they.

    • Itsyaboi PaulyChips
      Itsyaboi PaulyChips Hace 2 meses

      He was at a hospital wasn’t he? I trust the doctors at the hospital not Twitter doctors

  • About Dad Life
    About Dad Life Hace 2 meses +67

    Something is seriously wrong with Tua, the media is gonna run with the slam to the turf angle of the hit, but they’ll be wrong imo. If you pay attention, Tua was lights out before he hit the ground. Look at his body going down, it was already locked up. Guy might need to call it quits sadly. I honestly thought dude was paralyzed. He don’t need to touch a field again until he gets real answers about his spine, brain, whatever it’s all connected.

    • Grace- CHECK MY PROFILE
      Grace- CHECK MY PROFILE Hace 2 meses

      Get better, Tua. Screw the NFL and the Dolphins for allowing this to happen.

    • Jones street
      Jones street Hace 2 meses

      I literally have to close my eyes when I see his hands looking like that. As a huge fan who is excited for the season I was so glad that he got to play, but I could tell that he was off in the game. Since the hit/fall in Buffalo he has seemed different in interviews (very blank stare) and how he sits there on the bench not talking to anyone as the game went on.. After last night, I realized that he shouldn't have been on the field.. I'm just a fan, but there are people that were put into place to make sure these things don't happen and they failed Tua. There is a good possibility that he never plays another down in the NFL. He could sue the NFL and make the same money he would have made in a career. Hope he heals well and returns with no further injuries!!

    • jase rand
      jase rand Hace 2 meses +1

      @About Dad Life Sorry, in normal play. He was swung hard to the ground. There was a lot of speed on that take down spin. At that speed grass is going to feel like concrete.

    • Gary Cook
      Gary Cook Hace 2 meses +1

      @get brain seeds if the bengals player was trying to slow him down because he knew he was out why did he get straight up and celebrate?

    • get brain seeds
      get brain seeds Hace 2 meses

      @About Dad Life the more i watched the play you can see right before tua hits the ground even the bengal's player tried to slow him from hitting the ground so hard, i seen others saying he needed peanltys for that tackle but i see way worse tackles on QB you're right he should not of been playing

  • Minnesota Momma
    Minnesota Momma Hace 2 meses +54

    100% agree with your "wobble rule", these guys have a life after football and it shouldn't be all about the game. It should be safety 1st. A head injury is nothing to blow by, It can have lifetime repercussions

    • Minnesota Momma
      Minnesota Momma Hace 2 meses

      @War Peace I don’t think that way at all. I love football and do not want the game abolished. It isn’t you laying out on that field with a potential head injury stemming from another hit 4 days before. I want to see Tua play again but only if he is fit for play b

    • TrImaGreenYT
      TrImaGreenYT Hace 2 meses

      @War Peace tf? Wobble rule is a very good idea and could save lives your ignorant if you think it’s not a good idea

    • War Peace
      War Peace Hace 2 meses

      You want safety first so no one plays any football at all just in case they might get injured. THAT is what safety first means.
      NO thanks.

  • LE MATT
    LE MATT Hace 2 meses +18

    That injury was terrifying. Wishing health and speedy recovery to Tua

    • Tylet Miller
      Tylet Miller Hace 2 meses +1

      @DrkViol801 go be toxic somewhere else

    • DrkViol801
      DrkViol801 Hace 2 meses

      Tua sucks. He's awful lost the game!

  • The Mann Show
    The Mann Show Hace 2 meses +36

    This injury just makes me feel sick inside. No idea why Tua was allowed to continue to play in the 2nd half of week 3 and with only 4 days of rest for week 4. The NFL has a lot of explaining to do with this investigation. Much love towards Tua. I hope him the best recovery so we can see him play some great football. Wonders happen when you have a coaching staff that actually believes in their own QB! Much Love all and keep safe out there

    • Darth Liberty
      Darth Liberty Hace 2 meses +1

      It wasn't the NFL that cleared him, it was the Dolphins medical team and Tua himself.

  • don
    don Hace 2 meses +135

    Hopefully Tua has people in his life who care about his best interest.. he's going to have to make some really hard decisions.. about his life vs career

    • Dick Bigger jr
      Dick Bigger jr Hace 2 meses +1

      @Lake Ozark REI hopefully you learned something son

    • Lake Ozark REI
      Lake Ozark REI Hace 2 meses

      @Dick Bigger jr Really!? Thanks for the update Sherlock...😅

    • Lake Ozark REI
      Lake Ozark REI Hace 2 meses

      💯

    • Jacob Jack Jack Strong
      Jacob Jack Jack Strong Hace 2 meses +1

      What if football was that makes him happy? Take it away from him and what is life? Is it worth living a long life if your unhappy? Or is it worth living a short life if your happy?

    • JansportBookBags
      JansportBookBags Hace 2 meses +1

      Him playing tonight was on the dolphins not anyone in his personal life

  • Lawrence Franck
    Lawrence Franck Hace 2 meses +73

    I see it all the time. Players slapping downed players hands away from their head, lineman holding up players that are wobbled. I hope nothing but the best for Tua

    • Scrappy
      Scrappy Hace 2 meses

      It does! Players will play with pain shots all the time. Than they break there leg all the way through. So many great players we lose because we push them so hard. If a player is injured even if they wanna play we gotta say enough…

  • Cincinnati Pedal Steel
    Cincinnati Pedal Steel Hace 2 meses +92

    We may very well get the “Tua Rule” from all this mess.

    • James Stocks
      James Stocks Hace 2 meses

      I GOT HIT PLAYING FOOTBALL??

    • Buzzed Aldrin
      Buzzed Aldrin Hace 2 meses

      I agree. If your vagina bleeds, you have to come out. And bake cookies for the opposition.

    • timesize
      timesize Hace 2 meses +5

      Won’t be surprised if the dolphins come out saying it was a fingers injury tho

    • Leonardo Braynen
      Leonardo Braynen Hace 2 meses +2

      And whats the *TUA RULE???*

    • I.P. Freely
      I.P. Freely Hace 2 meses +1

      Real talk!!!

  • Douglas Sloan
    Douglas Sloan Hace 2 meses +2

    The guy is finally having a good season, displaying the potential that a lot of people thought he had. He's got to be thinking that he cannot afford to be off the field. There's no way he voluntarily sits. There HAS to be some sort of completely non NFL related, no conflict of interest medical governing body that steps in when a situation like this arises. Tua should not have been out there. Repeat injuries can be deadly with concussions. He could have been literally killed. The NFL has never been well known for taking care of their players. But that HAS to change. It just has to.

  • Jetplane Hollywood
    Jetplane Hollywood Hace 2 meses +9

    I'm a diehard Bengals fan but tonight's victory feels a little hollow. I hate to see injuries period, I hate to see brain trauma even more, and tonight I saw brain trauma clearly enabled and exacerbated by the Miami Dolphins and NFL. Disgusting

    • Darth Liberty
      Darth Liberty Hace 2 meses

      It's solely on the Dolphins dude, the League was already being critical of the Dolphins medical team clearing him and beginning an investigation to see if they followed the protocols.

  • craig mccann
    craig mccann Hace 2 meses +21

    Boxing have a wobble rule. I remember watching Zab Judah getting knocked down in a championship fight. He went down, got up, then fell down again. The announcers explained that if you get up and fall back down you’re out. Sounds logical to me.

    • Mark2458
      Mark2458 Hace 2 meses

      It's not really a rule but a ref will normally stop the fight.

  • America 1st
    America 1st Hace 2 meses +37

    they already have a "wobble" rule in affect by having an independent "Dr" having the final say. It's crazy that millions of people watching tua last week could tell he was in bad shape, yet the nfl and dolphins couldn't.

    • America 1st
      America 1st Hace 2 meses

      @Baltej Bains bottom line this falls on the HC daniell, everybody saw what we saw.

    • Baltej Bains
      Baltej Bains Hace 2 meses

      @America 1st like I said, they offer "consultation" which means if the team doc is incompetent, the independent can provide a second opinion. But that only matters if the team/organization cares to follow the independent docs advice.

    • Darth Liberty
      Darth Liberty Hace 2 meses +2

      @America 1st optics

    • Adam Wolsey
      Adam Wolsey Hace 2 meses

      @America 1st apparently so they can cosign the lies from team doctors.

    • America 1st
      America 1st Hace 2 meses

      @Baltej Bains then whats the purpose of an independent?

  • Dmitriy Nesterkin
    Dmitriy Nesterkin Hace 2 meses +20

    Indirectly, his injury is also the result of "spreading" the games across a week. Instead of just playing on Sundays, now it's Mondays and Thursdays. Two teams have to heck it out on a Sunday and then play again three days later with one team traveling on top of that. This is totally revenue-driven and not the healthiest arrangement for the players. It would be interesting to get some data and do some statistical analyses to see how Thursday playing impacts injuries.

    • Mad_Intalect
      Mad_Intalect Hace 2 meses

      @Tim Miller Some places don't have NFL teams lol.

    • Eric Matterson
      Eric Matterson Hace 2 meses

      @Tim Miller Alabama, Texas, Arkansa, Okla, Nebraska go crazy over college football

    • Tim Miller
      Tim Miller Hace 2 meses +2

      Or put the game on Saturday, who give a Damn about college football

    • Myron Crockett
      Myron Crockett Hace 2 meses +1

      Great point. The NFL isn't doing the players any favors with this kind of scheduling. Sure, it's a business. And the players make lots of money. But they should honor these guys because they are putting their bodies on the line.

    • Mamadou Bah
      Mamadou Bah Hace 2 meses

      Absolutely true, legion of boom lost in same fashion

  • Jacob Nevzoroff
    Jacob Nevzoroff Hace 2 meses +18

    Nobody wants to be judged potentially like Jay Cutler. RG3 the very next year fought through a knee injury ruined his career. I don’t k ow if he wanted to be tough, but someone needed to protect Tua. This was horrible

    • Shauka Hodan
      Shauka Hodan Hace 2 meses

      explained that if you get up and fall back down you’re out. Sounds logical to me.

  • Jumper
    Jumper Hace 2 meses +10

    Prayers to Tua and hid family. Tua seemed to finally catch his stride.

    • DrkViol801
      DrkViol801 Hace 2 meses

      Tua sucks, he lost them the game in the 4th quarter!

  • Adam Berendt
    Adam Berendt Hace 2 meses +209

    How can the nfl concussion "protocol" not cover a player losing balance after a hit already?

    • Grace- CHECK MY PROFILE
      Grace- CHECK MY PROFILE Hace 2 meses +1

      Get better, Tua. Screw the NFL and the Dolphins for allowing this to happen.

    • eleven2170
      eleven2170 Hace 2 meses +1

      It does, but when a player insists that he hurt his back and ankle then scummy Dr.s' have an out not to check him for a concussion.

    • i7iu7e
      i7iu7e Hace 2 meses

      @LeBrian you’re a clown if you thought last week was a back injury

    • MakingTrueMoney
      MakingTrueMoney Hace 2 meses

      @Chuck Sosa not really an excuse.. if a nerve gets hit hard enough. Your legs/body can feel like jello… Even a stinger can cause your body to go numb

    • Chuck Sosa
      Chuck Sosa Hace 2 meses +2

      cuz they called it a back and ankle injury. And everybody went along with the bullshit excuse.

  • Jason Mac
    Jason Mac Hace 2 meses +3

    The “wobble rule” would eliminate 30% of the players every week.

  • JustJohn
    JustJohn Hace 2 meses +28

    This really just proves the NFL's Concussion protocol is a total complete joke.

    • Manchesterexplorer
      Manchesterexplorer Hace 2 meses

      Tua is seriously injured , I smell a lawsuit incoming as he shouldn't of been on the field to begin with considering he was knocked out last week . .

  • Michele Evans
    Michele Evans Hace 2 meses +4

    From his accident on Sunday, there's absolutely no way he should have been on the field today. If Team Doctors did what they were trained to do and not what the different Coaches want them to do, this could stop many injuries from recurring; and sometimes the Doc/Coaches have to save the Players from themselves. Sunday, they all said it was his back (which we all saw him wobbling after he hit his head). Are they all (including himself) willing to jeopardize this young mans health and life for a freaking game. He needs to be out for the rest of the season.

  • ILOVESPORTS
    ILOVESPORTS Hace 2 meses +15

    It's crazy that Tua is risking so much for the Dolphins when they've tried to replace Tua multiple times before even giving him a real chance. The Dolphin's don't deserve Tua.

    • Roland xB
      Roland xB Hace 2 meses

      He's risking so much exactly because his job is insecure. It's a bloody shame.

    • Caesar Kakutougi
      Caesar Kakutougi Hace 2 meses +1

      Nobody wanted Bridgewater either, he got railroaded in Carolina, team sucks worse now without him.

  • William Saul
    William Saul Hace 2 meses

    This is why I respect the FS1 casts.
    Mad respect Mr. Herd. Thanks for saying this.
    With your platform, hopefully the NFL listens

  • Brad Orobello
    Brad Orobello Hace 2 meses +8

    In Australia he have something called the HIA (Head Injury Assessment) for rugby league. If a player shows ANY sign of concussion, they’re taken from the field and assessed by an independent doctor hired by the NRL. If they pass this test, they’re allowed to come back on to the field after 15 minutes and it’s graded as category 1. Category 2 means they can’t return to the game and will have to pass tests to play the next week, Category 3 means they miss next weeks game and further testing will be needed to clear them.

    • keawe tarawa
      keawe tarawa Hace 2 meses +1

      @Elijah Tchilembe-Mpovie no they dont - they based their Concussion protocol off what the NFL was doing champ but NRL turnaround was less time off , NRL players are playing sooner with far more serious head knocks then NFL -
      Trust me their is nothing the NRL do that is better , they have the same protocols with less money for medical equipment

    • Elijah Tchilembe-Mpovie
      Elijah Tchilembe-Mpovie Hace 2 meses

      @keawe tarawa Actually no, the NRL has done a better job than the NFL when it comes to head injuries

    • keawe tarawa
      keawe tarawa Hace 2 meses

      NFL HIA is way ahead of the NRL champ lmao 🤣
      Murray played 3 weeks in a row 😳

    • Cam Bell
      Cam Bell Hace 2 meses +1

      @Vn Meister Tough to say if they misdiagnosed or not. Tua could have a history of being dehydrated or easily KO'd as well. My guess is they blew it but I'm Joe Blow.

    • Vn Meister
      Vn Meister Hace 2 meses +3

      They’ve got this or a very similar system in place. The issue is independence/bias and quality issues with the assessing doctors rating them past the acceptable mark when they shouldn’t be…

  • Jones street
    Jones street Hace 2 meses

    I literally have to close my eyes when I see his hands looking like that. As a huge fan who is excited for the season I was so glad that he got to play, but I could tell that he was off in the game. Since the hit/fall in Buffalo he has seemed different in interviews (very blank stare) and how he sits there on the bench not talking to anyone as the game went on.. After last night, I realized that he shouldn't have been on the field.. I'm just a fan, but there are people that were put into place to make sure these things don't happen and they failed Tua. There is a good possibility that he never plays another down in the NFL. He could sue the NFL and make the same money he would have made in a career. Hope he heals well and returns with no further injuries!!

  • Sad Gamer Show
    Sad Gamer Show Hace 2 meses

    Richard Sherman alluded to this after the game.... being on prime time and wanting to stay undefeated was more important than Tua's health. As a Bengals fan I was very disheartened by this injury as I like Tua very much. My prayers go out to him in this unfortunate situation.

  • Thoughtful Bobcat
    Thoughtful Bobcat Hace 2 meses +7

    I always thought they should put a sensor in the helmet and if the helmet sustains a certain powerful hit a led light would flash or a flap built into the helmet will pop up and it can only be closed by a tool that the doctor in charge of concussions has.

  • Michael Lee
    Michael Lee Hace 2 meses +20

    The problem is there's such an insatiable desire for football we overlook the obvious dangers and concussions because we can't wait for the next game, I don't know how that gets changed

    • Shatners Toupee
      Shatners Toupee Hace 2 meses

      @Chris Swenson I'm not sure where you're getting your information from but the NFL's rating are stronger than ever. The networks wouldn't be paying higher and higher rights fees for a product that was losing viewership.

    • Shatners Toupee
      Shatners Toupee Hace 2 meses

      @Mike H That's true. The big hits and targeting type hits just are a reminder, its the repeated "regular" hits on a consistent basis at practice and play after play where there's seemingly not much contact that takes its toll over time. Its time we face the fact that there is no way to make prime 250lb men running into each other at high speeds safe. If you play, your going to deal with the consequences.

    • Darth Liberty
      Darth Liberty Hace 2 meses

      @Michael Lee dude, he trotted himself out there.

    • Darth Liberty
      Darth Liberty Hace 2 meses

      It's not overlooked, there's a clearly established protocol already in place. The question is if the Dolphins medical team ignored the protocol on Sunday.

    • jase rand
      jase rand Hace 2 meses +1

      That is the point of football. That's like saying. How do we stop the knock-outs in MMA.

  • Kevin Zapata
    Kevin Zapata Hace 2 meses +6

    Prayers to tua. Dolphins organization have hell to pay. It’s hard for me to believe he was okay after buffalo

    • I Just Be Sayin Sh*t
      I Just Be Sayin Sh*t Hace 2 meses +1

      @KP it means the Dolphins are going to get in trouble for putting a concussed player on the field two weeks straight and lying about his injury

    • KP
      KP Hace 2 meses

      What do you mean hell to pay

  • Semi
    Semi Hace 2 meses +2

    It is so easy to say last week because that is how an NFL week works but he took that hit just 4 days ago which makes it worse. They obviously made a mistake on Sunday but compounded it by not correcting it within the next 4 days.

  • Ryan Hopper
    Ryan Hopper Hace 2 meses +1

    I know it’s not the same but this reminds me of how Washington mismanaged RG3 and that really screwed his career. He should’ve never came back out on the field in that playoff game against Seattle

  • morningcalm21
    morningcalm21 Hace 2 meses +2

    I'm thoroughly disgusted at the Fins. Tua should've never been cleared to play this week. Risking this guy's life for a W is shameful.

  • Relayer6a
    Relayer6a Hace 2 meses +1

    I hope every program really scrutinizes what happened to Tua. While it's possible that the two incidents aren't at all related, it's HIGHLY unlikely. And not just so they can find someone to blame. But so they can fix it going forward.

  • Lucky ShowTime
    Lucky ShowTime Hace 2 meses

    I was shocked to see he was available when I was setting my lineups for the week. If I knew he shouldn’t have played 4 days later, why didn’t they?

  • Ohio State Cavs
    Ohio State Cavs Hace 2 meses +8

    PRAYERS TO TUA....Bengal Fans can appreciate and understand how DOLPHIN fans are feeling right now.

    • get brain seeds
      get brain seeds Hace 2 meses

      doesn't even seem like its been a year since burrow's season ending injury, definitely had a flashback when seeing tua down,hope he gets better fast and hope they do something to fix this he shouldnt of been playing

  • phillbucs
    phillbucs Hace 2 meses

    Reminds me of the RGIII situation. NFL teams can careless about player safely. Especially, when the team is trying for 4-0 after making all of those moves this off season.

  • Tadroid
    Tadroid Hace 2 meses +1

    The "Wobble Rule" already exists in the NFL concussion symptoms protocol. Last week's hit was obviously a head trauma injury, and the Dolphins should be held accountable for covering it up as a "back injury."

  • Josh Karnes
    Josh Karnes Hace 2 meses

    I've been saying this the last few hours, Tua playing last night & him playing Sunday (which I expect will happen) is because the media & his own organization have been trying to run him out of the league for 3 years now. Tua is feeling the pressure of proving everyone wrong that thinks he's trash, he feels like his dream & career & job are all on the line here & he being a Samoan is not the throw in the towel I'm done I quit kinda guy. Samoans are tough, proud people with it in them to leave it all out & if their is breath in the lungs & mobility in the legs they will fight to the death before they give. Praying for Tua & this is not only on the organization potentially, but this is also on the media who've trashed him since he got drafted.

    • Francis Dashwood
      Francis Dashwood Hace 2 meses

      I don't think the media has ''trashed'' Tua, but has honestly evaluated his abilities. He's on the smaller side, is not quick, is not very mobile, and seems to be easily injured. It seems to be fairly accurate.

  • BoltUp1O
    BoltUp1O Hace 2 meses +5

    Prioritize safety! Prayers for Tua and his family 🙏🏼

  • J Empath
    J Empath Hace 2 meses +16

    No amount of money is worth your well being. As they say, “health is wealth”. Get better soon brother 🙏🏼

    • khanh nguyen
      khanh nguyen Hace 2 meses

      You know that not true, every day there are people risking life and limb to earn a living

  • General Wizdom
    General Wizdom Hace 2 meses

    I spoke on it last week when i saw it… I was completely suprised to see Tua back in that game. I was very much against it, I mean it was obvious to whoever saw it that he should be dun. How long 🤷‍♂️ who knows maybe you let him play this week still but NO WAY should he have finished that game.

  • Zacharia Saylor
    Zacharia Saylor Hace 2 meses +2

    I really feel that Tua has an underlying issue. I’ve watched football for many years and the play didn’t seem to ferocious. The locking up of the fingers seems to lead to nervous system related could be back or head. But bottom line I just don’t think tua has the body for the nfl. Great kid but he need to put his safety #1 on this. If he can’t stand standard run of the mill contact I don’t know how you keep him on a roster

    • Game of Stones
      Game of Stones Hace 2 meses +1

      Yea if he’s struggling with the physicality of today’s NFL, he just might not be cut out for it. Back in the day, all QBs were big and athletic as a pre-requisite because the game was so physical. It’s softer now but there are still limits to playing football

    • Jetplane Hollywood
      Jetplane Hollywood Hace 2 meses

      @Kia Adams No, he just sustained brain damage 4 days ago. This is why the concussion protocol exists. Concussions are cumulative, both short and long term.

    • Kia Adams
      Kia Adams Hace 2 meses

      True. But the hit he took tonight was not vicious by any means. The hit was soft, and was more of a throw , and was rather lackluster throw at that. Tua definitely has a weak body and low damage tolerance, concussion or not.

    • BravoSixZer0
      BravoSixZer0 Hace 2 meses +1

      He got concussed on Sunday and they didn't bench him. They were asking for trouble. Reckless by management.

  • Widjai van Dam
    Widjai van Dam Hace 2 meses

    The NFL concussion protocol must be much stricter, expanded to signs like wobbly behaviour. Tua’s problems may extend to neurological issues that are not covered by a typical 2-3 week turnaround. Yes, medical science can do wonderful things, but if someone is affected like that, that could turn into something chronical or permanent.

  • Bj Nightly
    Bj Nightly Hace 2 meses +3

    Players would definitely manipulate the wobble rule. Plus what kind of wobble, that could be a plethora of injuries that players may wobble from. There’s already concussion protocols and players get pulled after taking big hits to the head if they are suspected of a concussion.

    • Todd Hamilton
      Todd Hamilton Hace 2 meses +1

      If it's an obvious loss of balance like that after taking a big hit its a clear concussion almost every single time. Head injuries need to be taken more seriously than any other injury

  • Sekou 3000
    Sekou 3000 Hace 2 meses

    I hope Tia is okay. I remember that boxer Jermain Taylor had some obvious neurological issues after getting knocked out. He was never the same after

  • Marcelino Martinez
    Marcelino Martinez Hace 2 meses +1

    Yo, I love football
    But, what they did to Tua is hard to accept.
    You’re literally risking his life.

  • Terry Breedlove
    Terry Breedlove Hace 2 meses

    I hope Tua recovers fast of course. Mostly I really hope he retires and lives a long healthy life. The game just isn't worth it.

  • Taylor Bell
    Taylor Bell Hace 2 meses

    Great point Colin. 👍 Right on. Same thoughts I had following the game. NFL has come a long way but still have so far to go.

    • Shauka Hodan
      Shauka Hodan Hace 2 meses

      Jackson because he rarely slides but rarely takes big shots.

  • THE RAW FAME
    THE RAW FAME Hace 2 meses +1

    I seen that last week and told my father they covered that up with a back injury hope he’s ok 💯

    • THE RAW FAME
      THE RAW FAME Hace 2 meses +1

      @Manchesterexplorer facts 💯 he can play pretty good and gives them a shot to win it but… there destroying him right in front of our eyes 👀

    • Manchesterexplorer
      Manchesterexplorer Hace 2 meses +1

      Even the announcers are in on it having to say " back injury from previous week " . Luckily he just hurt his " collarbone " this time .

  • John Shields
    John Shields Hace 2 meses

    I hope he's okay, I'm and old man, watching football today with the, you can't even bump into the QB is so different, I watched Steve young ho headfirst into opponents and he was a QB, I don't know how much more you can protect the QB without putting a cage around him, it's a contact sport, I miss the old NFL, but if your worried about safety probably you shouldn't play football. Idk what the answer is, the owners want money, the league is in it for money, don't let them fool you with BS about safety, they only care about two words, ka-ching . Good luck tua

  • slida emif
    slida emif Hace 2 meses

    coaching staff that actually believes in their own QB! Much Love all and keep safe out there

  • BigBass13 13
    BigBass13 13 Hace 2 meses

    I feel really bad for this kid. So much promise yet way too injury prone.
    I really hope he is ok and hope he can have a full career.

  • Enzo87
    Enzo87 Hace 2 meses +52

    Colin has something with these reaction videos.

    • Alex M
      Alex M Hace 2 meses

      @John Lewis fosho

    • Enzo87
      Enzo87 Hace 2 meses

      @Jonathan King exactly!

    • Jonathan King
      Jonathan King Hace 2 meses +1

      I agree, coz it’s off the rip it feels more organic. He’s goven time to prepare for his show and sais dumb sh!t over there all the time

    • Leonardo Braynen
      Leonardo Braynen Hace 2 meses

      @John Lewis just wanted enzo to explain what that *something* is, thats all

    • John Lewis
      John Lewis Hace 2 meses +7

      @Alex M he is just giving collen praise 👏. It's better to give praise then to hid it. We already have enough people spreading hate for no reason

  • Pam Miller
    Pam Miller Hace 2 meses

    HE SEEMS LIKE HE REALLY LOVES TOO PLAY AND GIVES IT 100% HOPE HE MAKES A FULL RECOVOREY AND IS BACK ON THE FIELD SOON. TEDDY BRIDGEWATER DID A GOOD JOB BUT BENGALS DEFENCE IS HARD TOO BEAT.

  • Kim Durig
    Kim Durig Hace 2 meses +31

    Best wishes from a Bengal fan

    • Chuck Taylor
      Chuck Taylor Hace 2 meses

      Thanks from a fins fan I would rather see Tua retire then kill himself cuz he is warrior but family is much more important the look in jw17 eyes reminds me of when my brother died the neglect from the fins organization makes me want to never watch a game again and I grew up with Travis daniels Miami dolphins and Tavares gooden Baltimore ravens we all went to south broward high stump aka Tavares transferred St. Thomas anyways gg prayers up for Tua best of luck Cincinnati

    • Donna Lambert
      Donna Lambert Hace 2 meses

      Me too

  • Jacob Hembree
    Jacob Hembree Hace 2 meses

    No that actually was a cause and effect of him already having a neck and back injury and then him actually getting hitting on the ground he actually suffered a mild concussion they actually looked at him the reason why they're stabilizing him it was because of his neck he actually suffered a minor concussion there is no rules in the CBA or the NFL where mile concussions are you held to the same standard

  • MISTAH BLAZE
    MISTAH BLAZE Hace 2 meses +1

    Blame the entire organization! Fire them this is a serious injury look at him against bills last week he wasn’t feeling good that day wtf!? 🤬

  • Jonathon P
    Jonathon P Hace 2 meses +18

    “Miami deserves a lot of credit…outside their medical staff” 😅

  • James Combs
    James Combs Hace 2 meses +1

    The wobble rule is already a rule. It's called visible head trauma

  • chester mickles
    chester mickles Hace 2 meses

    Heads are going to roll for this I hope Miami gets hit with the largest fine in NFL history anybody could see that Tua shouldn't have been playing tonight four days after what happened to him against Buffalo.

  • Lacarpetron dukemarriot

    Absolute garbage that the dolphins medical staff did not follow proper concussion protocols!! Prayers for Tua🙏

  • Tyler
    Tyler Hace 2 meses +1

    I’d rather the NFL keep healthy players from playing than injured players playing and stuff like this happening. If a perfectly healthy guy who stumbled is out for a week as a precaution, I think it’s worth it.

  • andyoconnor83
    andyoconnor83 Hace 2 meses +1

    when a fighter gets KO'D, the athletic commissions have automatic 30, 45, 60 and 90 days rules of no-contact, limited, etc rules because it take longer than the 7-14 days some people quote for a concussion. Also, I don't think he should be flying right now. Should have stayed overnight at least and bus back.

  • Brandon Harrison
    Brandon Harrison Hace 2 meses +1

    Well Colin the NFL does have those rules already. They have "independent" neurologist at these games watching for players who wobble after a hit or have there heads bounced off the turf. Now it seems like they failed Tua but you admitted it yourself players will do anything to stay on the field. Tua said it was a back injury and passed all tests to play. Maybe he shouldn't have played 4 days later but the process was in place and from all reports the protocols were followed.
    With that said I'm praying for his health and recovery.

  • Michael Daily
    Michael Daily Hace 2 meses +1

    He shouldn't play for a month minimum, probably the rest of the year. The Dolphins organization should already be under investigation for the handling of this past Sunday. This is a short week for them , had he been placed in the protocol, he wouldn't have had time to clear it before tonight. He never should have even put on a uniform tonight.

  • tali guevara
    tali guevara Hace 2 meses

    Heads should roll, Tua should’ve been benched since last week against the Bills, he should’ve been out for the season.

  • R. Smith
    R. Smith Hace 2 meses +1

    When they say "back" issues, they mean "back-of-the-head" 🤕

  • Timothy Freed
    Timothy Freed Hace 2 meses

    I'm a Bills Fan - as such, I was outraged when he came back in the game against them last week. But this is bigger than that. Tua may have flown back with the team, but that doesn't mean he's in good shape. The fix to this seems obvious to me, at least from a "CYA perspective" - the NFL already uses remote checks to get calls right in real time... why not have concussion protocol filmed (privacy isn't an issue because every fan, everywhere will know instantly whether they passed it or not) for the sake of reviewing after the fact by league officials, medical people, etc... while also having, in real time, both a representative from the NFL and the NFLPA needing to sign off / agree that a player should go back into a game where it happened?

  • Motel Ghost
    Motel Ghost Hace 2 meses +4

    I just really hope Tua's back is okay.

    • CueGhost
      CueGhost Hace 2 meses

      @Manchesterexplorer But how is his ankle? I sure hope he doesn't have any serious ankle problems for the rest of his life....

    • Manchesterexplorer
      Manchesterexplorer Hace 2 meses

      His back is fine as this was a collarbone injury this time .

  • George Floyd Space Shuttle Program

    clearly this was just another minor back injury. as you all remember from anatomy class the back is the same as the head and both are never serious injuries

  • Jonathan Andrus
    Jonathan Andrus Hace 2 meses

    After the first injury tua was visibly concussed I don't have any idea how the experts and Big Time doctors missed this I've had a few concussions and I can look at him and his body movement and just tell that he is confused and not firing on all cylinders. And then to follow that up with allowing him to get concussed for second week straight not even week within 4 days putting this type of trauma on someone's brain can kill them dolphins better hope that he is okay or else there's going to be a big investigation going on.

  • Pope Platinum Beats
    Pope Platinum Beats Hace 2 meses +1

    i remember Ricky Watters back on the day got concussed..and wobbled so bad ..he fell to his knees and his line man hand to hold him up... he never left the game though... he should have been out after that

  • Estefana  **Check Me
    Estefana **Check Me Hace 2 meses +1

    Any signs of concussions should automatically be 2 weeks off. Average time to heal from a concussion is 7-14 days.

  • Connor Peña
    Connor Peña Hace 2 meses

    If the “wobble rule” was a thing. It wouldn’t be that bad if teams told players to “never get up” soo they can play next week. That would be better than what happened to Tua

  • i7iu7e
    i7iu7e Hace 2 meses

    For him to get up and fall down after the play last week. I absolutely couldn’t believe he was cleared to go back in the game last week let alone cleared to play this week. Jobs are on the line

  • Po Sun Lee
    Po Sun Lee Hace 2 meses

    You're a fair person. We need to protect our good players.

  • Britton’s Fire Prevention

    I feel like Jonathan abrams from the raiders wobbles every week. He’s a player that I get worried about. He just goes to hard

  • Jetes
    Jetes Hace 2 meses

    Imagine a “wobble rule” in boxing or MMA… most fights would be over inside of 3 rounds.

  • Tufu L
    Tufu L Hace 2 meses

    Dolphins Organization better take care of Tua! Praying for you Uce!

  • Christopher Cripps
    Christopher Cripps Hace 2 meses

    Colin was right: a team HAS to get the QB right ... and, the NFL has got to keep the QBs upright.
    4 weeks in, Prescott, Herbert, Tua, Jones ... At this rate half the teams will have seen starting QBs miss multiple games.

  • Eva Cruz
    Eva Cruz Hace 2 meses

    I really don’t understand what has happened to you recently. You fell in love with certain players and even when you are “trying” to be sensitive you gotta slam Tua for his size and talent. This guy got injured all of us saw his fingers, but yeah the important part is that he is smaller and accurate.

  • Manuel Peralta
    Manuel Peralta Hace 2 meses

    If it's just based on wobbling, players could end up sitting out for non concussion related injuries.

  • KingAfrica GWiseMan619
    KingAfrica GWiseMan619 Hace 2 meses

    Hope he during well pray 🙏 for him

  • Lacy Coleman
    Lacy Coleman Hace 2 meses

    2 or three players a year??? That’s three this year off the top of my head. 2 from tua and last week when Brady threw that td and some on the team picked him up by his shoulder pads to celebrate. He was clearly out of it….. on to the next play…… oh and back on the sidelines, folks kept on hitting him in the head saying congrats etc. 🤦🏾‍♂️

  • Bruce Almighty
    Bruce Almighty Hace 2 meses

    Damn it..how in the hell did you ever work at ESPN?
    Hope Tua will be ok. I agree with ya.

  • JansportBookBags
    JansportBookBags Hace 2 meses

    Prayers to Tua

  • HallnAll
    HallnAll Hace 2 meses

    It's not called the "wobble rule" but the NFL does have a rule in the Concussion Protocol which discuss if a player has mobility problems i.e. physical mechanics not due to mechanic injury.

  • Joseph H
    Joseph H Hace 2 meses

    This type of injury, should require 4 to 6 weeks recovery, no questions ask. Period!!!!

  • Shlomo Feuer
    Shlomo Feuer Hace 2 meses

    We watch the NFL and love the NFL but we all know it’s a very violent sport with CTE happening frequently. So we like the players and team Drs. are equally guilty for supporting the sport.

  • TyJo Mello
    TyJo Mello Hace 2 meses

    If a player wants to play with broken hand that's they're right. But players should never be forced or coerced into playing while injured. Hope Tua recovers

  • Marcus Vaughn
    Marcus Vaughn Hace 2 meses +1

    Tua has an issue EVERY YEAR! You can't change the rules for the whole leage for one player. Tua is the one that needs a wobble rule.

  • Josh Pothaczky
    Josh Pothaczky Hace 2 meses +4

    Everyone involved with letting him play should get a huge level of scrutiny and possibly fired

    • Francis Dashwood
      Francis Dashwood Hace 2 meses

      Even if he had been completely healthy going into the game, he still would have been injured in the play because of the way his head hit the turf.

  • Cincinnati Pedal Steel
    Cincinnati Pedal Steel Hace 2 meses +1

    To me Burrow is a gunslinger like Farve was…. And Farve is my all time favorite QB ON THE FIELD

  • King Platano
    King Platano Hace 2 meses

    Looking at Lamar Jackson, and Patrick Mahomes damn they just have that instinct on how to avoid big collisions and take unnecessary damage . I'm really impress with Jackson because he rarely slides but rarely takes big shots.

  • Notorious H.A.N
    Notorious H.A.N Hace 2 meses +1

    I think NFL should ban artificial turf in all stadiums. The way his head bounced off that turf was scary.

  • Raelynn 🍆 29 y.0 -check My V!deo

    Prayers to Tua. Can’t help but think last week he was failed by everyone..

  • Sean Dunderdale
    Sean Dunderdale Hace 2 meses +4

    Definitely need a wobble rule