Monday, October 03, 2005

HAS HARRISON’S KNEE INJURY ENDED HIS SEASON OR CAREER?


It's just a matter of how hard and how bad Harrison wants to do it. One of the hardest working guys on the team who puts everything into this game is suffering from a torn anterior cruciate ligament that will sideline him for the rest of the season probably his career. Harrison, a strong safety who started every game since he arrived from San Diego in 2003, was hurt in the first quarter of New England's 23-20 win. His helplessness to not to play the game became more explicit when he had tears in his eyes because of his fondness for the game and it really hurts to know that you might not be able to play. Harrison, whose physical style and competency will be highly missed by the team. The Patriots have already started feeling the painful omen. The first painful omen came when the Patriots first test without Rodney Harrison was a miserable failure. The probability is that the Patriots might face their most difficult challenge this season, trying to win a third consecutive Super Bowl, facing every team's best effort and losing key players early, but we should not forget that might is not always right.

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