That is good to know that the report is good so far. They said last night he was complaining of a very sore neck. But that could be whiplash. Mercy, the sound of that hit made my blood run cold.KimmyA said:Go Steelers!! Woo hoo
Last I read about McGahee is that he has movement in his limbs and was neurologically sound. Hopefully he'll be ok. That was a heck of hit.
This is a dilemma for me too. I've lived in PA (Philadelphia area) but I have family in and my dad is from Arizona.Anju said:Oh my goodness! Any Cardinal fans around??
I was rooting for the Steelers yesterday, and for the Cardinals - now I have a dilemma
When they kept showing the hit in slow motion and as long as McGahee was down I was afraid of a cervical fracture. I breathed a sigh of relief when I saw him move his extremities. Very thankful he is going to be alright.Suzanne said:That is good to know that the report is good so far. They said last night he was complaining of a very sore neck. But that could be whiplash. Mercy, the sound of that hit made my blood run cold.
Glad he's ok.OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Ravens running back Willis McGahee is expected to make a "complete recovery" from a fierce helmet-to-helmet hit in the AFC Championship Game that saw him carted off the field.
McGahee returned to his Baltimore home Monday after spending the night in a Pittsburgh hospital recovering from Sunday's collision with Steelers safety Ryan Clark.
The play occurred in the fourth quarter of Pittsburgh's 23-14 victory, and McGahee was carted from the field on a stretcher.
"It is expected that Willis will have a complete recovery from the head and neck injuries he suffered last night," Ravens spokesman Kevin Byrne said Monday.
You can never have too many rings...Cowgirl said:I live in Arizona...of course I want the Cardinals...you have to love Kurt Warner's story...and...the Steelers don't need another ring!!!