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  • An absolutely terrible sight as Tua hit his head for the second week in a row this NFL season and was stretchered off the field.
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  • R3kt3e scurblerd
    R3kt3e scurblerd 16 jam yang lalu +3373

    Doc, you are always on top of this stuff as fast as it happens. The sports world is lucky to have you.

    • benjamin lowther
      benjamin lowther 3 jam yang lalu

      FACTS

    • RawEggsofThunder
      RawEggsofThunder 4 jam yang lalu

      🤣🤣

    • Opethian
      Opethian 5 jam yang lalu

      You should be on Tua’s medical staff.

    • Jasper Maxwell
      Jasper Maxwell 6 jam yang lalu +1

      Well, yeah...the quicker he gets it out, the more views he gets. Which means more money. Not saying there's anything wrong with it. Keep hustling, Doc.

  • Billsfan2012
    Billsfan2012 6 jam yang lalu +185

    As a Bills fan, I'm worried for Tua. I so much wanted Tua to be alright. He is an excellent example of a human and especially a role model. Prayers for Tua and his family. I thought about Tua when he was injured when the Bills and Dolphins played last Sunday. Thought it was weird that he was back on the field so quickly. Get well Tua.

    • Jiano Joel
      Jiano Joel 2 jam yang lalu

      Thank you ❤ phin fan here and I really appreciated reading this, my wife and I no longer care about the sport or the Phins, it turns out we are Tua fans first . Much love to you and the rest of the bills season, good luck

    • Lady Tsunade
      Lady Tsunade 3 jam yang lalu

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    • Beast_e55_amg
      Beast_e55_amg 3 jam yang lalu

      The staff are in place like a referee in mma. Sometimes they need to make the call to keep the player safe from themself

    • qtscr
      qtscr 3 jam yang lalu

      @chekyerego seriously

  • John Alderman
    John Alderman 11 jam yang lalu +96

    I had a TBI when I was just a bit younger than he is. It was the most challenging thing I have ever gone through. I went from, time of my life, to crushing depression with no loss of limb to explain it. Depression can come out of nowhere after TBI. I hope he understands that situations are situational, and the feelings that go along with those life changes can be hard to handle with style and grace. Life’s good my man. We are all wishing you well from a good and real place. Much love :)

    • Thomas
      Thomas 3 jam yang lalu

      Spot on dude. Sorry for your tbi. What’s sad is that those who have not experienced a tbi don’t know what these players are going thru. Heck, how about our vets returning with combat tbi’s and told that it’s all in their head and that they need to deal with it

    • Lady Tsunade
      Lady Tsunade 3 jam yang lalu

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    • Dominique ___
      Dominique ___ 4 jam yang lalu +3

      And that TBI stuff stays with you for life. I had TBI and other physical harm from an industrial accident about that age, 1990. And now I can't do things others my age can do. It can reduce the amount of years you can be productive.

    • Jeffrey Blue
      Jeffrey Blue 7 jam yang lalu +3

      Well said. I was rear ended by a drunk driver while stopped at a traffic light. Took me more than six months before I felt close to normal. But the most frustrating thing was that I soon looked just fine and I know some thought I was malingering. Best to Tua.

    • Kanosleazy
      Kanosleazy 10 jam yang lalu +7

      Hope you doing well brother!

  • pharcydefan
    pharcydefan 11 jam yang lalu +132

    I once had a bad concussion from getting elbowed in the head, and that took me about 3 months to recover... to work in the office. I hope he gets enough time to let his brain fully recover!

    • dragon the beast
      dragon the beast 2 jam yang lalu

      @kachow well to be fair hes getting hit by 250-300 lb men at full speed

    • yai
      yai 2 jam yang lalu

      @TrImaGreenYT he's trolling lol. gotta be

    • TrImaGreenYT
      TrImaGreenYT 2 jam yang lalu +1

      @Tony G 💀 u can’t be serious rn

    • paLm treez
      paLm treez 3 jam yang lalu

      @wade okey Damn, made me think about Prichard Colon. Poor dude

  • L.A. BOY
    L.A. BOY 12 jam yang lalu +326

    Just the fact that they let him go back out there just 4 days after the first head injury is shocking. Sure he cleared protocol, but the logical thinking would be to not risk something like this happening again right away. Hopefully he's okay. 🙏

    • Katherine Berger
      Katherine Berger 2 jam yang lalu

      @Is That You Gordon?! Pushing through adversity is what EVERY athlete does, from park pickleballer to professional football player.

    • Katherine Berger
      Katherine Berger 2 jam yang lalu

      He didn't clear protocol - they didn't put him IN protocol in the first place because he was like "Oh, I'm ok."
      NARRATOR: He was not, in fact, ok.

    • Knockout Artist #stoppage
      Knockout Artist #stoppage 3 jam yang lalu

      @itomba yea you went from pivoting to just trying to insult..you lost

    • itomba
      itomba 3 jam yang lalu

      @Knockout Artist #stoppage Seek help for you CTE my friend.

    • Knockout Artist #stoppage
      Knockout Artist #stoppage 3 jam yang lalu

      @itomba lol such a tryhard. Don't play dr know it all now when you said nothing before ..but I'm the ridiculous one

  • Ariel Richmond
    Ariel Richmond 16 jam yang lalu +2777

    I can't believe he was playing after last week.... I really hope he is ok.

    • charles smith
      charles smith 3 jam yang lalu +1

      Everyone in dolphins organization should be fired, and fined severe penalties

    • Crzy_Vic
      Crzy_Vic 4 jam yang lalu

      I BELIEVE IT. F THE PLAYERS. GO OWNERS!!!!!

    • GavIno
      GavIno 5 jam yang lalu

      @YellowBoyWonder less than a week … just doesn’t make sense

    • McCoy Shedden
      McCoy Shedden 5 jam yang lalu

      4 days not even a whole week…so f*****

    • Ryan Besco
      Ryan Besco 6 jam yang lalu

      @kasa9884 Question:
      When you’re laying in bed and your leg twitches, is that a seizure?
      When you’re looking at your phone and your eye twitches, is that a seizure?
      -Ryan Besco MD, PHD in Neuroscience.

  • The Angry Cowboy
    The Angry Cowboy 10 jam yang lalu +14

    It broke my heart when he came back in after his "back" last week. I feel every bit of the frustration you mentioned and yet all I can do is hope that he is okay. Way to go, Miami... Hope it was worth it.

  • Nicole Burns
    Nicole Burns 5 jam yang lalu +26

    This happened to my son his freshman year during a football game. His arms locked up just like this as he laid there for about 10 seconds and then tried getting up. Took him to the hospital and showed the video to the ER Dr who said that was classic concussion posturing and he had a number of tests done. He was in concussion protocol for about 4 weeks and then played one more game that season but was really hesitant and scared so he never played football again.

    • Ben Dover
      Ben Dover 2 jam yang lalu

      Never should have played football again. Jeez

    • Nicole Burns
      Nicole Burns 3 jam yang lalu

      @John Swain he was in concussion for 4 weeks. He didn't play after 4 weeks it wasn't until towards the end of the season. However we listened to the neurologist he was seeing and that specialist gave us the all clear so we listen to actual doctors rather than random people on the internet. Thanks for trying though.

    • John Swain
      John Swain 4 jam yang lalu +2

      Yikes! I hope you won't let anyone else you care about go back into a football game a month after suffering a serious concussion.

    • Nicole Burns
      Nicole Burns 4 jam yang lalu

      @Rogelio Paredes my son is tall and thin and not built like an athlete but he really wanted to play. He only played one more time after that but was anxious so decided not to again

    • Nicole Burns
      Nicole Burns 4 jam yang lalu +2

      @Rogelio Paredes he was out of school for about a week. Lights bothered him and his short term memory was affected. There is a yest they do where they would tell you random words and you had to repeat it and then they would add words and have you repeat it. He struggled with that for a week. He had MRIs and CT scans which didn't show any swelling or bleeding which was awesome but he would get headaches for months after. He is ok now. Everything back to normal but it did take a while. He was playing safety and went to tackle a fullback who was about a foot taller and outweighed him a good 100 pounds and he was pushed back and hit the back of his head on the ground. He also had whiplash which could have been why the headaches. The neck injury lasted longer than the concussion side effects.

  • ᔆᵒᵉ
    ᔆᵒᵉ 7 jam yang lalu +25

    I was watching live and the fact that he got cleared to leave so fast and will be traveling back with the team.. that’s surprising the crap out of me. It’s like this dude can get hit with a truck, wake up and start walking again like he’s super man. I truly hope he’ll be okay and nothing is going on. Being a mad supporter of Tua and a Dolphin’s fan.. this breaks my heart seeing our QB continuously getting hurt like this..

    • George
      George 4 jam yang lalu +1

      @ᔆᵒᵉ what this boiling down to, and Miami is gonna get hammered for this now, is tua apparently cheated the protocol last week, dolphins went along with it as did the NFL. Now because of last night, the door is wide open and many more people are asking questions. I don't think the NFL really cares about player safety at all, cause someone exciting will come along to make them money . I don't like the dolphins as a team, but I never, ever ever ever want to see someone's career end due to negligence from the team and NFL.

    • John Swain
      John Swain 4 jam yang lalu +3

      Muhammad Ali was like that - the guy took tremendous blows to the head, and still won the fights. In one fight, he got saved by the bell, and between rounds he tried to get up to start fighting again way before the bell rang.
      In the end, Ali's brain was turned to mush. I'm disgusted by how the Dolphins handled this, and they suddenly went from a team I like to a team I dislike.

    • ᔆᵒᵉ
      ᔆᵒᵉ 4 jam yang lalu +1

      @George i agree with you completely and thank you for your service. I apologize i didn’t mean to make it sound like he’s “okay”. It was more of a “holy shit they let him out?” Kinda thing. I understand wanting to be strong but this isn’t it. He needs to be properly evaluated and not just discharged because someone is saying he’s “ok”. They have to know someone’s bsing or someone’s just not doing their job.

    • George
      George 4 jam yang lalu +7

      He isnt okay though. I have 2 TBIs due to2 explosions in IRaq and I suffer from a permanent headache and frequently have migraines. Miami is playing with this guys life

    • BET that oNe Gaming
      BET that oNe Gaming 5 jam yang lalu +2

      Polynesians are built different I swear.
      My stepfather is Polynesian and I’ve seen him recover from injuries in a fraction of the time others have.. it’s crazy

  • Gregg Chaffin
    Gregg Chaffin 11 jam yang lalu +54

    This is a perfect example of “it’s all fun and games until someone gets hurt”. It humbled you real quick. Of course these grown men understand the risks of the game, but that doesn’t lessen how scary it is when it happens.

    • Lady Tsunade
      Lady Tsunade 3 jam yang lalu

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    • Don't@Me
      Don't@Me 3 jam yang lalu

      How is it an example? When its a job to play millions. Watch videos of former players talking about their experience playing. Besides the money they don't wish it. Not even for their kids to play. Some even retire early like Megatron cuz of injury and playing hurt always

    • Conor Fry
      Conor Fry 4 jam yang lalu +1

      That also doesn't mean they don't need to protected from them self

  • MA
    MA 16 jam yang lalu +1409

    The Dolphins are legitimately risking this man’s career, health and life right now. The whole medical staff needs full accountability and review because that was noooo back injury 4 days ago… now this. 🙏🏽 Tua

    • Jordan Slingluff
      Jordan Slingluff 3 jam yang lalu

      @6 3 the back injury may or may not be serious. Sciatica can serious and they can jus be irritating and he was cleared

    • 6 3
      6 3 3 jam yang lalu +1

      @Jordan Slingluff so basically, he shouldn't of been cleared to play due to potentially serious back injury. Not exactly making the NFL look any better.

    • MA
      MA 3 jam yang lalu

      @6 3 100% correct

    • MA
      MA 3 jam yang lalu

      @Chuck Seasel yes!

    • 6 3
      6 3 3 jam yang lalu +1

      Honestly the entire nfl should be put on blast for this. Their so-called "independent investigation" turned up no wrong doing. How is that, I wonder. The NFL sent in a half assed and incompetent crew to investigate. Or the NFL was complicent or even actively assisting in covering up the injury.

  • Robert Andrade
    Robert Andrade 10 jam yang lalu +49

    Mad respect for big #68 of the Bengals for being aware of the danger Tua was in immediately after the play.. signaled the sideline for medics as soon as he went down.. true professional

    • Katherine Berger
      Katherine Berger 2 jam yang lalu

      @Chuck A hit that goes wrong, then. Same thing in the end.

    • ciccio a porta
      ciccio a porta 2 jam yang lalu

      True -it was a clean tackle.

    • Chuck
      Chuck 2 jam yang lalu

      @Katherine Berger that wasn't a bad hit, it was maybe roughing the passer but it was max a 15 yard penalty and nothing more. It was a football that Tua suffered an injury from because he should not have been playing that game

    • Katherine Berger
      Katherine Berger 2 jam yang lalu +1

      @Vendetta Autrey Tupou is the same guy who threw the hit, so probably had the same thing going through his head that every athlete who throws a bad hit, ever, has:
      "please be ok please be ok please be ok oh fuck you're not ok MEDIC"

  • Jai Kaka
    Jai Kaka 11 jam yang lalu +5

    Praying for Tua and his family, praying for a speedy recovery. This was so terrible to watch today especially after watching last week's game. Very disappointing he was cleared for today's game smh, should of let him rest. Get well Tua 🙏

  • david graham
    david graham 5 jam yang lalu +6

    Sidney Crosby of the Pittsburgh Penguins suffered 2 concussions within 4 days of each other in 2010 and ultimately didn't return to playing again until well into the 2011 season (he also just suffered another concussion in practice for this upcoming season). He admits that he still has occasional headaches and memory lapses. If professional sports (including the NFL) don't do something to develop and improve head protection the game could be threatened.

  • KMACK TIME
    KMACK TIME 6 jam yang lalu

    Man his back really tightened up on him there ..

  • Lugo Family
    Lugo Family 15 jam yang lalu +484

    I feel sad for Tua, he has gone through so much. And the media doesn't help with all the negative talk. I hope he gets well very soon. Such a good guy.

    • Fisher Foster
      Fisher Foster 7 jam yang lalu +1

      @Buddy Guy get a life

    • O
      O 12 jam yang lalu +4

      @Buddy Guy ?

    • Kezzex
      Kezzex 12 jam yang lalu +4

      @Buddy Guy ...what?

    • Buddy Guy
      Buddy Guy 12 jam yang lalu

      Dude we all feel bad for him, but do we care? No. All we care about is foot ball and not their well being. This sport is fucking insane.

  • Boss Killa
    Boss Killa 8 jam yang lalu +9

    Tua has been through so much already. Including his College days the fact this man has fractured his hip and then had 2 concussions in the span of 4 days and on top of THAT had a back injury. Absolutely devastating and brings a new appreciation for these players who put their bodies on the line for our entertainment.

    • Dylan
      Dylan 2 jam yang lalu

      And had 2 ankle surgeries at Bama as well

    • Boss Killa
      Boss Killa 2 jam yang lalu

      @balinn01 i mean…their job isn’t to entertain themselves, their job is too entertain fans and thus how they get paid so idrk where you was going with that lol
      How is them getting paid for doing their job supposed to lower my appreciation for them?

    • balinn01
      balinn01 3 jam yang lalu

      Not to take away from everything you said but they're also playing for their own entertainment. It's literally their job. They play football for a living. None of them should have to go through this though. Teams have to take more precautions for their players to try to avoid something scary like this

  • Jay Day
    Jay Day 7 jam yang lalu +5

    I believe the hardest part in situations like this, is the recovery rate and reaction of the injured party is so different from person to person. I was knocked completely out and recovered very fast but then 2 weeks later sustained another head injury that effected me very bad

  • Velda Vitello
    Velda Vitello 11 jam yang lalu +3

    I’m a college student majoring in sports medicine and we literally learned about neuro brain injuries last week. The signs from Tuas hands this week and his wobbling from last are clear signs of neurological brain damage. Injuries like these take several weeks to be reevaluated, and he should not have been playing this week or last weeks half. This is ridiculous

  • Blue
    Blue 9 jam yang lalu +7

    Scary stuff when you really watch the clip, looks like Tua's conscious went out on the just twist alone, soon as his head swung like that off the twist he went straight to posturing. Tua has battled injuries all the way till now and this team is his best opportunity yet! Prayers up for Tua! 🙏🙏

    • Dank Tank
      Dank Tank 5 jam yang lalu

      You could see, his body language change middle twist. Scary stuff. Major head trauma

  • Solace
    Solace 14 jam yang lalu +555

    This man has overcome some crazy injuries.. like serious gruesome injuries. I hope he recovers and is okay.

    • Santiago Heat
      Santiago Heat 2 jam yang lalu

      @Creole Bunny It’s not an unpopular opinion actually, it makes sense, but is highly unlikely that Tua will want to hang up his boots

    • Creole Bunny
      Creole Bunny 8 jam yang lalu +7

      @Santiago Heat I'm sure this is an unpopular opinion but he should retire from football before he ends up like Antonio Brown or even worse like Demarius Thomas.

    • Santiago Heat
      Santiago Heat 9 jam yang lalu

      @G Notion I agree with u, they gotta let Tua rest for some games or until he actually feels ready

    • G Notion
      G Notion 9 jam yang lalu +2

      @Santiago Heat mannn that was too scary. He need to sit his ass down next game. They play the Jets, I say let Teddy play bro

  • Kellen Reinsch
    Kellen Reinsch 12 jam yang lalu +4

    Studying to be an athletic trainer…I’m gonna do my best to be the best but if I don’t become that, don’t let me become like the trainers that cleared him. Truly scary, truly gut wrenching, truly frustrating. Watching him go into decorticate just 4 days after a head injury made my blood boil

  • Austin Huber
    Austin Huber 11 jam yang lalu +4

    I feel terrible for Tua and hope for the best even as a fan of a rival. I also am disgusted in the dolphins for forcing him out there like that. Another one I feel bad for (that no one really mentions) is the one who sacked him. You gotta wonder what’s going through his head because all he did was sack the qb like he’s supposed to.

  • Craig
    Craig 12 jam yang lalu +10

    Im always amazed with how quick you analyze footage and get a video uploaded with a professional diagnosis. Prayers for Tua and his family

  • Coriè Thomas
    Coriè Thomas 6 jam yang lalu +5

    As every season go by, I realize how smart it was of Andrew Luck to do what he did. Tua young & I hope he makes a full recovery but in his later years in life I can see this coming back to haunt him as it does with boxers.

  • Daniel Tercero
    Daniel Tercero 16 jam yang lalu +449

    Dr, thank you for the quick and ready response to Tua's injury. The moment this happened I was hoping you were going to have a prognosis soon. Thank you once again for the relief you bring to sport fans around the world.

    • Open Waters
      Open Waters 3 jam yang lalu

      @my music didn't say he doesn't provide accurate information.
      He's likely spot on, that's not the issue.
      Like I said, when I first saw his videos I thought he seemed genuinely concerned and provided accurate info.
      The problem is that he has made a game of this. Within hours usually, he has a medical take on a horrible injury, just when people would be frantically looking for any scrap of information to feed their unhealthy, morbid need to know insecurity.
      He profits the most at the time of the injury. Like a guy shouting to passing cars the status of the injured in a car pile up on the freeway.
      My opinion of him has changed only because of that. Not disputing his knowledge or expertise.

    • my music
      my music 9 jam yang lalu

      @Open Waters how about if he just genuinely wants to educate or inform the public? You say this guy is an "ambulance" chaser, maybe he is or maybe he isn't but he did provide very useful information particularly the reason tua's hands and fingers were positioned the way they were.

    • Seymore Smithh
      Seymore Smithh 14 jam yang lalu

      @Open Waters - does it matter if he’s doing these videos for the clicks or not? There’s clearly enough interest. Most IDclipsrs do it for money. If money wasn’t there we would not see even a tenth of the content. Of course it’s speculation. But it comes from experience and education. He’s just giving us his professional perspective of what he sees on video. I personally wouldn’t have known what the hand stiffness meant in terms of brain injury so I learned something.

    • Adrian Gutierrez
      Adrian Gutierrez 14 jam yang lalu +1

      @here is the full clip no ones gonna click your scam link bro. Go play in traffic

    • Open Waters
      Open Waters 14 jam yang lalu +1

      He's an online ambulance chaser.
      As soon as there is a sports injury you can be sure you will see a video from this guy.
      I stumbled on this channel once after a high profile basketball injury and thought at first that it was neat to get a professional opinion on the injury.
      Now I've realized that this guy must be monitoring sports media for such injuries and he leaps into action right away taking advantage of the high public interest in the athletes injury.
      Lots of clicks, lots of traffic. Right place, right time. Location, location, location.
      As well informed as his take may be, it's still just speculation as he is not on site to directly assess.
      Instead he profits off of others suffering and the public's morbid need to know right away how badly hurt the guy they just saw on TV is.
      I understand this will be an unpopular take but I've seen him pop up too many times after injuries to big name athletes and it's really just profiting off of pain and suffering of the affected athlete by exploiting the morbid curiosity of the public. Similar to people slowing down passing by an accident on the highway.
      Imagine how awful it would be if some guy were standing next to the wreck of automobiles telling everyone who slowly went by how badly he thought everyone was hurt.
      This has become morbid and feeds an unhealthy need many people have to know everything now.
      Sad state of society.

  • Karla Burgos
    Karla Burgos 11 jam yang lalu +5

    This is extremely concerning and upsetting. I pray he will be ok.

  • Smashing reality
    Smashing reality 3 jam yang lalu +1

    Being someone who had this happen to them their senior year of high school, I think the outrage is completely warranted. When it happened to me, everyone thought I was going to die, and I probably should have. One of my assistant coaches was also an anesthesiologist, repeatedly told me how extremely lucky I was to be alive. Also the day after i was knocked out, I passed my concussion protocol with flying colors. My Head CT and MRI was also negative. Needless to say even though I passed, I had to take a lot of time off and I really wasn't ever the same since. I had short term memory loss for a few weeks and have struggled with long term memory ever since. Depression, anxiety, trouble concentrating, sleep issues, and even PTSD plagued me for years after it happened. Not to mention, I became very isolated, my high school friends never looked at me the same and some even would get mad with me for making such a "stupid decision"(As I tried to rush myself back from a previous concussion). Many slowly started distancing themselves if not completely cutting me off. Three years after the event and I am doing well, but still struggle to do very simple things. I hope if there was any type of misconduct that it gets handled well for Tua, he had a million times more potential than me and I would hate to see someone that talented tread the path that I did.

  • Brendan Hurley
    Brendan Hurley 5 jam yang lalu +5

    Dr. Sutterer just came across your channel from this injury. As a chiropractor I did not buy that Tua had a back injury from his previous hit against Buffalo just a few days ago. I see plenty of back and neck injuries both with MVA and sports injuries and I agree with your assessment he sustained at least a mild concussion last week and severe secondary concussion the previous night with decorticate posturing. It is sad to see something like this happen and I hope he takes whatever time is needed to heal.

  • 13ktjay
    13ktjay 4 jam yang lalu +7

    I am shocked the hospital released him... So many so called medical professionals and advocates has failed this man and his health and this is sad to see... Prayers for Tua🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽

    • Jesse Draeger
      Jesse Draeger 2 jam yang lalu

      @John Swain Amen, my friend. These "experts" and the "experts" doing Monday morning QB-ing today have no clue what the facts are. Emotional virtuous losers.

    • John Swain
      John Swain 4 jam yang lalu +4

      "Trust the experts" is one of the dumbest phrases of the 2020s, if you ask me. Those "experts" are often self-interested yes men who give the boss whatever answer s/he wants.

  • Andre Hamilton
    Andre Hamilton 16 jam yang lalu +530

    I’m praying that this injury does not result in permanent damage. But after last week, I’m really worried!

    • stewiegriffinfan18
      stewiegriffinfan18 2 jam yang lalu

      @mlcunn02 I have done full contact martial arts where hits to the head are given double the points of hits to the body. Try again. I haven't had any significant injury beyond a broken elbow, but I maintain the fact that we should not feel sorry for somebody with a 30 million guaranteed contract. He's fine

    • stewiegriffinfan18
      stewiegriffinfan18 2 jam yang lalu

      @footba11fan41ife Ok

    • mlcunn02
      mlcunn02 2 jam yang lalu

      @SpeckleKen Why are my replies not making it to the board? Two in a row now. You obviously got notification on at least(part of) one of them.
      If God isn’t for you, that’s fine, you do you. If Christianity isn’t for you, that’s fine as well. Life is either in your hands or it isn’t, sometimes it is your choice. My point is that there is no need to get upset over thoughtful prayers and well wishes.
      As someone who was a big Pat White fan, I’m hoping, and yes praying as well, all the best for Tua. That won’t hurt you.

    • SpeckleKen
      SpeckleKen 5 jam yang lalu

      @mlcunn02
      _"SpeckleKen You’re right, I should have prayed for the winning lottery ticket and Dak’s accuracy, maybe the salary cap as well."_
      Why didn’t you? I mean, I’d perhaps have ended childhood starvation or heart disease, but I guess you’ll go with the things which are what are important to you.
      Jesus says over and over again it would come true. You do believe Jesus, don’t you?

    • SpeckleKen
      SpeckleKen 6 jam yang lalu

      @mlcunn02
      Oh I, for one, am not triggered by praying, but I do have a problem with willful ignorance.
      New Testament Jesus says whatever you pray for will come true. Was he telling the truth? Then why did you not prevent this injury? (Not a rhetorical question - I would like to know, please.)

  • Brad Bankes
    Brad Bankes 8 jam yang lalu +2

    I feel for this talented young man and pray for a full recovery. I place the blame on Miami staff and doctors. He should have been placed on the sidelines especially after taking a blow just four days ago. No win is worth losing someone's health over.

  • Dwain Gambino
    Dwain Gambino 6 jam yang lalu +2

    Hope he's good an has a 100 percent recovery. He's one of the best youngest players in the league right now an enjoy cheering him on. But if he walked out that hospital an went to the sideline im sure the Dolphins probably would put him back in

  • Calcio Ben
    Calcio Ben 11 jam yang lalu +2

    Thank you so much Brian! You’re doing an amazing job of raising awareness! ❤

  • SuperRowdyone
    SuperRowdyone 5 jam yang lalu +1

    This poor guy has had an unfortunate slew of injuries even dating back to his time at Alabama including a dislocated hip against Mississippi St. back in 2018 which was similar to Bo Jackson's career ending injury!! Praying he recovers from this and will be OK!

  • Tru Dat
    Tru Dat 15 jam yang lalu +369

    I still can’t believe that the medical staff cleared him to play last week after the hit and then allowed him to play this week. I’m in shock.

    • LetsEat
      LetsEat 5 jam yang lalu

      Still waiting for the video footage of him being forced to play…..

    • Carlos Juan Henriche
      Carlos Juan Henriche 12 jam yang lalu +2

      I expect to see suspensions from staff when the investigation cranks up. They almost got the kid killed.

    • SharkBait SH4RKB417
      SharkBait SH4RKB417 12 jam yang lalu

      @RedMo46 yeah

    • RedMo46
      RedMo46 12 jam yang lalu

      @SharkBait SH4RKB417 thats not 100% true, just look at David Bahktiari and the Packers’ patience with him. But it certainly is still true, far too often

    • SharkBait SH4RKB417
      SharkBait SH4RKB417 12 jam yang lalu +1

      @Johnny tsunami just a massive nfl L

  • DeeSims
    DeeSims 5 jam yang lalu +2

    Great video! Could you possibly do a video on Jameis Winston playing with four broken vertebrae? I'm curious to hear how he is even able to throw a ball considering the rotation of the body neccessary to do so.

  • Raul Sanchez
    Raul Sanchez 12 jam yang lalu +1

    Thanks doctor for addressing this in a timely manner, you are a rock star. Positive vibes to Tua and his family.

  • slackr 69
    slackr 69 4 jam yang lalu +2

    I hope Tua comes out fine. Thanks for giving the us a clear explanation. I took martial arts years ago and we drilled falling back wards. The emphasis was tucking your chin so you dont hit your head. I played football longer than I took martial arts. We never drilled how to protect yourself in a fall. Football needs to get its collective head out of its ass and protect its players. From pop warner to NFL

    • John Swain
      John Swain 3 jam yang lalu

      I wonder if they could somehow anchor the helmets to the uniform.

  • thedirty530
    thedirty530 11 jam yang lalu +1

    Wow...Wasn't watching but my heart goes out to him. I had experienced a few concussions, one of them being a similar incident but hitting it in the back. Was by far the worst one...but seeing that posturing is scary!

  • bigkat650
    bigkat650 16 jam yang lalu +382

    He was concussed last week, and this is a second concussion in 4 days. Handled terribly by the dolphins. Incredibly unfortunate, and my thoughts are with Tua. Get healthy brother.

    • Paul D.
      Paul D. 5 jam yang lalu

      @Chum Bla lmao! The irony in your statement is lost on you I see. Try to do better than giving some random unknown name like it's you. I'm just going to ignore your benign comments.

    • Chum Bla
      Chum Bla 6 jam yang lalu

      @Paul D. we on the same app, pro hooper sir. search the name Terrence Roderick. there's levels to everything, no where near Tua but if you understood what it takes to make it to turn pro in sports, your words would be entirely different. there's more to life than playing devil's advocate on youtube videos. you know that much I hope

    • Paul D.
      Paul D. 6 jam yang lalu

      @Chum Bla "if you understood" lmao! You're no nfl player, you understand as much as I understand little one. Lmao! Y'all go on ahead, act on your feelings. It's hilarious.

    • Baltej Bains
      Baltej Bains 12 jam yang lalu +2

      if I'm tua I'm shutting it down for 2 months. Screw the dolphins.

  • R.G.S!
    R.G.S! 4 jam yang lalu +1

    I appreciate you cover these injuries because they are life changing and highlighted the struggle for us athletes

  • Chris Turner
    Chris Turner 4 jam yang lalu +8

    As a paramedic, as soon as I saw that posturing it’s pretty apparent that’s a level 1 trauma activation. It’s very possible we saw the last game of his career. It’s sad

    • Jr Salazar
      Jr Salazar 2 jam yang lalu

      Even if he was out of the hospital and flew with the team home ?
      They did say he had a neck brace but he was all smiles with the team

    • Ben Dover
      Ben Dover 2 jam yang lalu

      It should be the last game of his career. I pray he doesn’t attempt a comeback

  • StarTropicsKing
    StarTropicsKing 11 jam yang lalu +1

    I’m so glad you clarified a lot of what happened. I thought he suffered a seizure after the hit with how his hands were freaking out.

  • Alec A
    Alec A 9 jam yang lalu +1

    Hope Tua is fine considering he might've already had a concussion going into this game. Also, is it possible for his hand to essentially injure itself from the muscle contracting so hard? Tua's left hand after the hit; his index finger has the craziest flexibility if it's not broken. I can't come close to getting my index finger that far under my middle finger lol.

  • ChevyStraightPipe
    ChevyStraightPipe 16 jam yang lalu +375

    I'm shocked that Tua was cleared for this game. Even if it was a "back" injury, 4 days seems really short recovery time for someone who was stumbling when getting up. I'm glad you made a quick video on this.

    • FutbolSkillz12
      FutbolSkillz12 10 jam yang lalu

      @Deebrickashaw Last interesting, still know that there’s not 6 concussions every play or these dudes would
      be dead, it’d be like if boxers got concussed every punch. i’m also against youth contact football

    • FutbolSkillz12
      FutbolSkillz12 10 jam yang lalu

      @Captain Nutsack maybe so but dozens of concussions is a stretch or they would all be getting second impact syndrome and cte would be much more common.

    • FutbolSkillz12
      FutbolSkillz12 11 jam yang lalu

      @David - that makes sense tho it’s harder to hide it when ur playing a professional sport

    • Deebrickashaw Last
      Deebrickashaw Last 13 jam yang lalu

      @FutbolSkillz12 I do, I played Highschool football while concused many times. What the public doesn't realize, you run plays over and over in practice, it becomes engrained in what I would guess is a more rudimentary part of the brain, the same place where tying your shoes and pulling your pants down to piss resides. In other words, you can play Football, Box, fight in MMA while completly concussed and out of your mind ( probably the same gene that allows blackout drunks to keep walking around) I had one of my best games as a running back in HS when I recieved a massive concussion in the first quarter; for the rest of the game it was like I was on acid, I saw flashes of color and basically fireworks visually, whenever I took a decent hit or turned my head to fast, but I knew where to go every play just on instinct. If you asked me what 2+2 was, I probably couldn't answer. The amount of training these athletes put in, is to the point that they're bodies can go on on auto pilot and still perform at peak level. The same thing Navy Seals and special ops military train for.
      As crazy as it might sound, there are some humans, that under the right circumstsnces (war or a football game etc) operate better in that state, because most of your normal faculties are disabled, like fear or self preservation.

    • Captain Nutsack
      Captain Nutsack 14 jam yang lalu

      @FutbolSkillz12 Nah man, you can get a concussion and not have outwardly visible symptoms. Honestly the dude is right, there are probably dozens of concussions in every NFL game that go totally undetected. Are they earth-shattering ones where they lose consciousness? Not even close, but I still agree with him.

  • Esh BBX
    Esh BBX 3 jam yang lalu +1

    What fascinates me on both the Bills case and the Bengals case is how Tua in the first case completely let's himself fall flat on his back which at the LEAST is gonna knock the wind out of you, and how in the second case he understandably thought about tossing it for an incompletion AS he was being taken down... you can see the arm motion mid-sack, but again neglected to mitigate anything about the fall itself with his own body movement. Really hope he can realize that himself too and cover himself up more to prevent damage next time.

  • MirariMProductions
    MirariMProductions 10 jam yang lalu

    Thanks Doc. Always informative and well explained for us non medically educated watchers.

  • Jon A. Scholt
    Jon A. Scholt 8 jam yang lalu +1

    Ten years ago before targeting you'd see WRs go over the middle, get blown up and come down with what we called "alligator arms"; it happened so often we came up with a name for it. I've always loved football but seeing that always made me very uneasy.
    As someone who had a several head injury when I was 11 (fractured skull, bruised brain and loss of hearing in one ear for 6 weeks because it filled with blood) I certainly sympathize with anyone like Tua who gets a serious head injury.
    Also, if you're wondering, I got my skull fracture in a pillow fight, no joke.

  • John Haller
    John Haller 11 jam yang lalu +1

    I saw this happen. At full speed it was a violent injury. To see his fingers contorted was scary. Thank you for explaining all of this.

  • Scobea63
    Scobea63 5 jam yang lalu +1

    I am a doctor too-not sports medicine or neurologist but an OBGYN in practice for 32 years. Nevertheless we are all trained as doctors to learn all aspects of medicine and what happened to Tua was bad. Clearly, the hand contortions indicate significant brain trauma. The Tua injury is so sad. The Dolphin organization and team doctors really failed him and probably ended his career. If he were my son I would not want him to play ever again. In medicine we know that repeated concussions just raise the risk of long term injury and deficit to the brain especially after a severe concussion. Just proves how violent this sport can be. I don't think the rusher was malicious here. The tackle and fall to the ground with two large men is going to happen when the two collide.
    Also points out how bad things can still happen despite all the rules put in place to protect the QB. In football it appears that some players can't help themselves either and will disregard the rules just to make the hit. We have seen many occasions when rusher maliciously hits the QB even after the ball has been released. They just cannot stop themselves for whatever reason-their nature to hit? how they were trained? they don't care? who knows.
    Just sad for Tua. Hope that in the end he will be OK.

  • impactfoto
    impactfoto 6 jam yang lalu +1

    Great explanation, doc. By the time I'm watching this it's already early the following morning, so the last I heard he was going to be released from the hospital, and be able to fly back to Miami with the team. Nice to get confirmation of that they said in the broadcast last night by someone with a lot of knowledge of these situations.

    • John Swain
      John Swain 4 jam yang lalu

      It might have been safe to release him from the hospital, but I definitely don't think it's safe for him to return to the team that did that to him.

  • gregthefilmguy
    gregthefilmguy 7 jam yang lalu +3

    The fact that their coach comes out after this game and says "he suffered a concussion, nothing more serious than that" literally says it all.

    • John Swain
      John Swain 3 jam yang lalu

      OMG - he really said that? Yeah, that does say it all.

  • Daryl Johnson
    Daryl Johnson 3 jam yang lalu

    I'm a youth hockey coach with no medical training and I still knew, instantly, that the week 3 hit was a concussion. You could Google a list of concussion symptoms, look at the film, and say with certainty that Tua had a concussion after that hit. Anyone with medical training that said he passed a concussion protocol was lying their a$s off and they should be fired for allowing him back on the field. That could have been fatal last night, it's absurd that they let him play five days after a hit like that. Fire everyone involved in that decision.

  • Saibapunk
    Saibapunk 15 jam yang lalu +609

    The Dolphins medical staff need to be held accountable for jeopardizing this young man’s health like this. No way in hell he should’ve been playing when he clearly suffered a severe concussion the previous game. This is the epitome of medical nonfeasance. Well wishes to Tua for a speedy recovery though I feel he’s not going to be playing for quite some time

    • Saibapunk
      Saibapunk 2 jam yang lalu

      @herogibson listen man, stop playing dumb. How are you gonna say it was probable that he didn't suffer a concussion prior to this hit when medical consensus in the public sphere (outside of the docs who cleared him ofc) all opined that it was likely that he did based off the method of injury & the clinical signs presented for the whole world to see on the live broadcast? Why do you think there's an investigation in the first place? Obviously none of us here can formally diagnose him as we are not neurologists but one doesn't need to be a specialist to reasonably conclude when someone suffered a brain injury. You're telling ppl to let the team medical professionals worry about him when the entire point is that this man's health was needlessly jeopardized due to the negligence of said medical professionals, likely due to conflict of interest at the behest of an institution prioritizing success & profit margins over the safety of its players. And what is the point of the last sentence of your comment? You're telling ppl to ignore this because it doesn't concern them personally? In that case, why'd you even bother to reply to my comment?

    • John Swain
      John Swain 3 jam yang lalu

      Oh I'm sure that if the Dolphins staff has a say, he'll be at practice tomorrow, and be playing next game. So gross.

    • Scott Cirmo
      Scott Cirmo 4 jam yang lalu

      Miami played with fire by pretending this didn't happen last week, and got burned.

    • corey hamby
      corey hamby 4 jam yang lalu

      @King Bee players don't just get to say I'm ok and overrule the Dr. You can look at the hundreds of previous players in concussion protocol and see that some of them are kept out for several weeks against the teams and their own want to play. The independent Drs don't give a crap about if the dolphins win or not when it comes to this. The problem is with any injury that you cant physically see. It is hard to determine just how bad it is. If he wasnt showing signs of a concussion after the initial stumbling. They can't just say that he isn't allowed to play. Especially after they examine him on the sideline and he doesn't exhibit any signs or symptoms of a brain injury. In my opinion the right thing for the team to do is to just shut him down last week and this week just to be safe. Then revisit it the following week.

    • Chief Keif
      Chief Keif 5 jam yang lalu

      @drod2k1 Can you actually READ my comment Jesus Christ. Im talking about the video BEFORE this one on Tua. My god is this that hard

  • futball51
    futball51 6 jam yang lalu +1

    This happened to me in high school got my bell rung bad at a summer football practice. Trainer did a field test and cleared me but sat me the rest of practice, cleared for the second practice that day first hit I took was a big one, knocked me out the rest of the season I developed a minor essential tremor because of it and still shake to this day

  • Lloyd Christmas
    Lloyd Christmas 2 jam yang lalu +1

    I think this is on the Dolphins for risking their QB’s health and life for an 4-0 start instead of just starting Teddy and giving Tua a week more to recover.
    Tua had a major concussion a few days ago when they played the bills. Now again but it looks even worse and keep in mind that when you already have a concussion, getting another one on top is like 10 times worse and can lead to serious long-term damages and brain injuries.
    This is getting ridiculously.
    prayers up for Tua

  • National Brazilian American Football League

    Very sad! Tua both the team and now the league needs to look into their player care initiatives this man should have never been on the field this game or let back into last week's game after he was injuried! We as leagues and teams must protect our players better! Blessings

  • Kyle Conniff
    Kyle Conniff 3 jam yang lalu

    Question: He got cleared to leave the hospital and fly back with the team in (what felt like) a very short amount of time. Are they mainly checking for neck/spinal injuries and internal bleeding before giving that clearance? This is certainly outside of my field, but shouldn't swelling be of concern too?
    I sprained an ankle about 12 hours before a flight and it blew up while I was in the air (and I had spent all day with it elevated and iced). Of course, there is some gravity effect confounding the swelling in these situations, but it still (minimally) seems a little quick.
    Also, I'm new here because of the Tua videos from the last few days, fantastic content!

  • FREDERICK MACLEAN
    FREDERICK MACLEAN 15 jam yang lalu +95

    Thanks Doc for the in-game medical opinion and rationale of the event. I pray Tua’s injury is not as severe as we witnessed. The NFLPA should immediately come out with a public statement of condemnation! The Dolphins medical staff, and whoever coddled Tua in allowing him to return to the field, must be held accountable for these errors. Player’s safety should always be foremost in medical decisions, not player availability.

    • John Swain
      John Swain 3 jam yang lalu

      I'm not convinced was all accidental. How does the medical staff fail to see what was obvious to everyone? Seems likely to me that this was a cover-up, because they didn't want to go without Tua for even a single game.

    • 1320 Jedi
      1320 Jedi 9 jam yang lalu

      @Chris Tony G literally said “I know we shouldn’t say it. But tua came up to us and stuck to the script and told us he had a back injury” Tua is a grown man and can make his own decisions. If he “stuck to the script” 4 days after the injury that’s on him too. But that’s if you really need to point fingers instead of just chalking this up as a classic instance of a football player having bad luck.

    • Chris
      Chris 10 jam yang lalu

      @1320 Jedi no, Tua cannot be blamed. The whole point of the independent medical team is that it’s to protect players and coaches. He had a head injury, he’s not exactly in the right kind to make that decision for himself, especially with all the pressure on him. He gets paid millions of dollars, and has been told by everyone this year that it’s a, “prove it” year for him. Knowing that, coupled with the added impulsiveness of someone with a concussion, you cannot put ANY blame on Tua. The fault is on the doctors, and the team who decided he was okay to send back out there.

    • Tom Foolery
      Tom Foolery 11 jam yang lalu

      @Kenneth Bailey the onus is on the coaches to teach players how to better avoid injury. It’s also up to them wether or not to play an injured player. As the older, wiser individuals they should not have let Trey back on the field last week nor this week. Who cares what the kid has to say about it? Players would play on broken limbs if they could. They knew damned well and now they’re paying for it, but not as much as Tua is going to later on.

    • 1320 Jedi
      1320 Jedi 11 jam yang lalu

      Like Tony G said “Tua went along with the same script as everyone else about it being his back last week.” so if you have to or want to blame someone EVERYONE needs to be blamed including Tua. But If you’re like me I don’t think anyone should be blamed. Tua is a football player first and sometime when it comes to sports such as football and combat sports we put ourselves in these situations because that’s just how we’re programmed.

  • Matt VS
    Matt VS 3 jam yang lalu

    Hope Tua is ok, and I'm glad to hear good reports about his condition. Second Impact Syndrome occurs when you still have symptoms from the first concussion and come back too early, right? Is there any indication that Tua still had symptoms from what appeared to be a concussion last week?

  • Brandon G
    Brandon G 6 jam yang lalu +1

    So, what is your thoughts on the whole concussion protocol and are you familiar with what these independent specialists at the games are looking for and how they could have missed a concussion the previous week?

  • Tyko Marquer
    Tyko Marquer 9 jam yang lalu

    I love how you deliver information so quickly and it is almost always true and yet you do it in such a respective manner

  • Andrew Tait
    Andrew Tait 8 jam yang lalu +2

    that first concussion he got is so similar to one i got playing rugby at school, i felt fine after it, a bit sparked but nothing serious, felt like i could have done sport the next day. my coaches etc wouldnt let me play for another 2 weeks. i now thank them

  • 3emkay
    3emkay 5 jam yang lalu +1

    Thankyou for making this video, there’s a huge problem with player safety in almost every sport, not just football. People, especially team managers tend to put pressure on players to keep playing even if they’re at risk of serious injury, however player safety should always come first foremost.

    • John Swain
      John Swain 4 jam yang lalu

      And most of the athletes are young, tough, and foolhardy - they need an objective person who cares about them to pull them out when needed, so I don't put this on Tua at all, but I'm disgusted by the Dolphins.

  • David colmenero
    David colmenero 5 jam yang lalu

    Thank you so much doctor. We are so thankful for your medical theory input as always. We are so lucky you have by the sides of people in need.

  • Mr LEE
    Mr LEE 9 jam yang lalu

    Hope he's ok for healths concern and his head whether he plays or not, Praying for u Tua!!!!

  • Caitlyn McKnight
    Caitlyn McKnight 12 jam yang lalu

    When I heard Tua was playing tonight, I was worried about this happening. Hopefully he’s ok.

  • Rusty Cook
    Rusty Cook 13 jam yang lalu +388

    I’m a Dolphin fan and as happy as I was to see him come back last week, I was worried. I was worried the first big hit he took would be something like this. Get well Tua. We need you, but not at risk to your own health.

    • carlitos ortiz
      carlitos ortiz 4 jam yang lalu

      @Adventures with Holly all these beta casuals commenting.

    • carlitos ortiz
      carlitos ortiz 4 jam yang lalu

      @Mastashake they lied? Like who's they? Got a first and last name to go with you're acusations...Tua is a grown AZZ man and he is the one who tells the doctor how EXACTLY he feels...he's no idiot, he knows what's up....it on HIM!!!

    • carlitos ortiz
      carlitos ortiz 4 jam yang lalu

      @HAWAWAH might be a blessing in disguise...you don't know how these dudes live their lives when their 40,50, 60 yrs old ....in constant pain.

    • carlitos ortiz
      carlitos ortiz 4 jam yang lalu

      @NitroXityRealm why are you fustrated with a grown man's educated desicion?

    • Colton James
      Colton James 4 jam yang lalu

      Should be out for the season. 2022 and you'd assume concussions be taken very serious at this point.

  • BigTuna9
    BigTuna9 3 jam yang lalu

    Im with you and I hope the NFL does a thorough investigation into what went on from last week to last night. He should not of been playing and it was abundantly clear in the Buffalo game. To add something outside of this scenario... the rule change to not hit the QB as hard or land on them was always a worse move imo and hopefully they will take a look at it. Guys will wrap up and use all their momentum to throw them down to wherever they can , another player, a knee, a helmet, obviously the ground. Doubt anything will change, but its food for thought

  • AannW Rootbeer
    AannW Rootbeer 2 jam yang lalu

    I have had my fair share of head injuries and concussions. Everytime I go to the doctor for hitting my head, even if my CT is normal, they treat my head injury as it is a concussion and I go on the concussion protocol. I just can't understand how the Dolphins staff allowed him to play last night after his injury last week. 🤦‍♀️

  • MD
    MD 4 jam yang lalu +1

    Great video man. I can only imagine his response to the first concussion was that I'm fine, and they didn't push him to play. Athlete safety starts with personal responsibility.

  • FEBRIZIOtv
    FEBRIZIOtv 11 jam yang lalu +2

    This was horrifying. Everyone there on the broadcast (sideline reporters, main game callers, and halftime hosts) were all legitimately shocked and confused. They clearly had never seen that before.

  • celeste pouncey
    celeste pouncey 10 jam yang lalu +1

    The hit he took when he played us "The Bills" he should have been on concussion protocol and to see this happen to him again was terrible to see, I thought there was some kind of investigation for the hit he took last week, its sad that the players health is secondary in the game all they care about is winning☹

  • joey anderson
    joey anderson 12 jam yang lalu

    Thanks Brian. Crazy that he was on the field this week. Hopefully Tua is OK.

  • Michael Myers
    Michael Myers 6 jam yang lalu +1

    As scary as it was to watch this happen and see his posturing now imagine the ugly awful noise he was making. If you've ever heard someone knocked out it's very very scary. Pray for this young man✝️

  • 1320 Jedi
    1320 Jedi 11 jam yang lalu

    Like Tony G said “Tua went along with the same script as everyone else about it being his back last week.” so if you have to or want to blame someone EVERYONE needs to be blamed including Tua. But If you’re like me I don’t think anyone should be blamed. Tua is a football player first and sometime when it comes to sports such as football and combat sports we put ourselves in these situations because that’s just how we’re programmed.

  • donovan bradford
    donovan bradford 13 jam yang lalu +142

    Very sad to see a young athlete like this not only get hurt but continually get hurt in majors way throughout out his career. I hope he is able to bounce back and be happy and healthy.

    • Hugh Glass
      Hugh Glass 5 jam yang lalu +5

      Time to think about life after football

    • Captain Dipstick
      Captain Dipstick 11 jam yang lalu

      He's Superman, he's a Mighty Morphin Power Ranger and it's morphin time MFER!!

    • Josh Darius
      Josh Darius 12 jam yang lalu +3

      Maybe a coaching career

  • Kurt Moeller
    Kurt Moeller 2 jam yang lalu

    I'm a Bengals fan and missed watching the play where Tua's head hit the ground. All I saw initially was Tua lying on the ground and then being taken away on a stretcher. Having watched it since the game ended, I'm horrified by what happened. I wouldn't want that to happen to Joe Burrow or any other player in the NFL. The league needs to review the concussion protocol and maybe hold players out from a game or two to limit repeated exposure to head trauma.

  • TI5QU4NTUM
    TI5QU4NTUM 10 jam yang lalu +1

    I totally concur with you Dr.
    This is very upsetting... This could easily lead to epilepsy.

  • Komainu
    Komainu 12 jam yang lalu +1

    I'm no Dolphin fan but I am from Hawaii so I watch and cheer for my guys in the NFL from Hawaii. I'm just so upset that the medical staff with the Dolphins didn't hold Tua back this week. I mean just about anyone that saw the tape from last week KNEW Tua had a concussion and now this. F' that staff, they didn't protect their patient like they have SWORN to do.

  • Andy
    Andy 5 jam yang lalu

    although I agree with you on the video, I would disagree to say any sport injury can happen. Anyone who has played a sport knows this can happen from peewee football up to the NFL.We need to know that these things can happen and hopefully are rare. If he was obviously cleared to play, I would hope that the NFL has a system to screen and insure if he does play that he isn't injured.

  • Rayne Ozier
    Rayne Ozier 16 jam yang lalu +126

    Very unfortunate. Get well Tua. He clearly had a concussion in their last game and he shouldn’t have been out there tonight.

    • Bully peter
      Bully peter 16 jam yang lalu +2

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  • QuandelDingleBerry
    QuandelDingleBerry 6 jam yang lalu +1

    It’s a terrible thing to see an athlete on the ground out of it. Sending prayers

  • R Soliai
    R Soliai 8 jam yang lalu +1

    Lower back injury my a**! His team physician, coach etc. are more concerned with winning than with Tua's health and long term well-being...unbelievable! Great job Doc!

  • Chloee
    Chloee 2 jam yang lalu

    The way his fingers and arms locked up was so scary to see. This was a severe brain injury response. I said the same thing! 💔

  • James Hughes
    James Hughes 7 jam yang lalu

    I am a huge Tua fan. He played for Alabama, RTR, and was outstanding. I don't watch the NFL games but do watch a little of Alabama players in the NFL. Tua is so fun to watch. He is one of the best quarterbacks I have ever seen. My most sincere thoughts and prayers are with him and his family as he makes his recovery. God speed Tua. Alabama Loves You. ❤❤❤❤❤🏈🏈🏈🏈🏈

  • HIT*STICK*STEPPER
    HIT*STICK*STEPPER 14 jam yang lalu +484

    The fact that Tua just had a concussion 4 days ago and now this 2nd head injury during this game made it really that much more severe than normal...he may never fully recover from this head injury... prayers up for TUA🙏🏽

    • Frybread King
      Frybread King 6 jam yang lalu

      @Brad Divens Yep

    • Beren Brechtel
      Beren Brechtel 8 jam yang lalu

      @Makai Maukaprayers for tua,, I'm curious about this comment can you tell me more. (My opinion on this)you can't really judge an intent to harm tackle. Unless it's crazy blatant. I look back earlier in this game and see a low hit called on the bengals for a 15yard penalty. When watching the replay closely we can see the defender trting to tackle Tue and losing his footing causing Tue to be hit low. (Total accident) then we get to the play with this serious injury and I can't say that it was anything more than an aggressive tackle. 340lb has some weight behind his tackles and he's paid to tackle qbs. Then lets put ourselves in the defenders position when it happens. He's thinking I have contract bonuses I can hit for x amount of sacks (this is the mindset for alot of players) so when it happens he's just thinking get him to the ground as fast as possible. You know what I mean here right? Like what bonuse does he get to hold the quarterback upright anylonger than nessesary when every game a qb gets 1 away last second. I'm just seeing if there's a Solution to this obviously we can't make American Football 2 hand touch or flag football. There's other leagues for that. My opinion is as sad as this is I don't think it can be avoided it comes with the sport

    • Brad Divens
      Brad Divens 8 jam yang lalu +1

      @Frybread King Like when Shazier's career ended.

    • Brad Divens
      Brad Divens 8 jam yang lalu

      @Jon Spengler Maybe that too, but he reached up towards his head and even shook his head noticeably after his fall this past Sunday.

  • Pete Smith
    Pete Smith 5 jam yang lalu +1

    I love the idea of instilling toughness in kids through football. But we know a lot now, and these injuries are bad. I think they happen way more often than you see.

  • EddieG
    EddieG 12 jam yang lalu +1

    If the injury last week he sustained was a back injury and he was wobbly, why didn't they take that injury also serious and pull him out ( even though everyone can clearly see he has concussed). Also as he's falling it looks like he was kind of out of it at that point and his body stiffened up. Prayers for Tua.

  • lisa smith
    lisa smith 12 jam yang lalu +1

    This is why I’ve lost interest in football over the years, the concussion issue makes it way too dangerous. In this case it looked like a severe concussion at the very least, I hope Tua is ok🙏

    • John Swain
      John Swain 3 jam yang lalu +1

      In this case, it was completely avoidable, which is what makes it especially awful. A concussion this severe is hard to come by, unless the staff are such complete A-holes as to have a player play right after sustaining a concussion.

  • Jules Kessler
    Jules Kessler 3 jam yang lalu

    We are so grateful to you, your bravery to speak up about the hard topics nobody else seems to have the guts to talk about is finally being rewarded #1 on trending!!!!!

  • David A
    David A 16 jam yang lalu +287

    Exactly what I was looking for. A doctors insight on this awful injury. Prayers for tua

    • Kevin Athans
      Kevin Athans 15 jam yang lalu

      @istompkidsforfun 11 You tell me. You think turf needs to be banned?

    • Teyae T
      Teyae T 15 jam yang lalu

      🙏🙏Blessings forever
      GOD loves y'all too forever tell everyone you know and don't know. Jesus loves y'all too forever. Teach everyone how to see and enjoy their blessings too foreverq

    • istompkidsforfun 11
      istompkidsforfun 11 15 jam yang lalu

      @Kevin Athans what’s the difference

    • Kevin Athans
      Kevin Athans 15 jam yang lalu

      @Luis López I don't think turf is the issue.

  • Robert Swinda
    Robert Swinda 6 jam yang lalu +2

    4 days after a concussion then this had to happen. A brain can’t have continuous head trauma like this in such a short period , he needs a full recovery even he has to take 4 weeks off. Health is more important then winning and satisfying your fans. Prayers go out for this phenomenal athlete ❤

    • Steve Gold
      Steve Gold 3 jam yang lalu

      8 weeks minimum if there smart, which they arent

  • JC Caldo
    JC Caldo 4 jam yang lalu

    Hi Dr. Brian! How long did the Dolphins should have waited before releasing Tua after the injury last week? and what are the recovery procedures for such? Thanks!

  • Oscar Palacios-Flores
    Oscar Palacios-Flores 7 jam yang lalu +1

    How do you feel about him being released and being able to fly back with the team last night?

  • Josh Holbrook
    Josh Holbrook 4 jam yang lalu

    Great break down doc !! I personally feel like Tua shouldn't have been out on that field so early he should have sat out even if it was a "back" issue which we all can agree it didnt look like one esp the way he grabbed for his head an tried to shake the stars away ive been there I know that feeling an i dont believe it was a back injury with the first hit !!! I hope an pray Tua is going to be ok!

  • Luigi6545
    Luigi6545 16 jam yang lalu +60

    After watching that, especially after what happened last Sunday, the game just felt sour to watch. While only those who diagnosed him last Sunday know what actually had happened, it just still feels wrong. Even if he didn't have a concussion last Sunday, he still hit his head hard on the ground. Having that happen again so soon just makes me uncomfortable.

    • Katelyn Geiger
      Katelyn Geiger 13 jam yang lalu

      @2299mikey I saw... not supportive of that whatsoever

    • John Chedsey
      John Chedsey 14 jam yang lalu +1

      This is one of the reasons I rarely watch games anymore and instead watch weekly recaps on the Urinating Tree channel. Football is an interesting game, but I also know these guys are getting brutalized on the field with impacts the human body isn't meant to withstand. Tua seems like a good guy and I just hope he doesn't have lifelong consequences for playing football.

    • Katelyn Geiger
      Katelyn Geiger 14 jam yang lalu

      Life long Fins fan and I shut the game off after I saw him go down, I'm disgusted

    • Jake Lewis
      Jake Lewis 15 jam yang lalu +2

      @Phara0h yeah ik lmao. I saw a post yesterday that said tua cleared concussion protocol yet even when i was a HS football player, even just stumbling like that had u out for at least a week

  • Kent Grady
    Kent Grady 6 jam yang lalu

    Many years ago, long before the initials, "CTE", were part of our sporting vocabulary, my father shared with me his opinion about football. He told me that he felt professional football was simply too dangerous and violent to justify its continued existence.
    To be clear, he was a fan of the game - as am I. He explained that the players are too big, strong, quick and explosive. The size and speed of the players, combined with the inherent violence of the game, are incompatible with health.
    I don't think he was mistaken.

  • Robert Smith
    Robert Smith 12 jam yang lalu

    Good stuff as usual. I hope he’s ok. ❤️🙏🏼 prayers from Az.