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David Chao, MD: Was It Trubisky, Or Hamstring Injuries That Left Lions Hamstrung?

Total130 No question when you win, the QB gets the credit. When you start the fourth quarter down 23-6, then throw 3 TD passes to win, let the overreaction begin. But is this reaction warranted given the Lions cornerback hamstring injuries? No question Mitch Trubisky deserves credit for leading the Bears to the come from More

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Written by Pro Football Doc

David Chao, MD -- known digitally as Pro Football Doc -- is an expert contributor for Outkick. Chao spent 17 seasons as the team doctor for the San Diego Chargers (1997-2013) and is part of the medical team at OASIS in San Diego where he treats and specializes in orthopedic sports injuries, working with high-profile professional athletes from the NFL, NBA, and MLB.

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  1. I barely watched any football other than the Tampa Bucs game, but I noticed a lack of explosiveness with the Bucs offensive players.

    I wonder if DB’s and WR’s each all develop the same soft tissue injuries, but at different times in the early season. The two positions are so different; one reacts and the other forces the action.

    I fear we’ll see more of these injuries.

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