NFL  > New York Giants  > G-Men MNF Fake Injuries
September 21, 2011, 08:25 PM
Deon Grant claims this injury was real...



Does anyone actually believe him?
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September 21, 2011  09:41 PM ET
QUOTE:

Deon Grant claims this injury was real...Does anyone actually believe him?

He's not going to win an Oscar, that much is certain.

September 21, 2011  09:48 PM ET
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That video is funny

There is nothing funny about suffering injury. When I was on assignment in Turkey I fell out of a moving car and broke two ribs and dislocated my shoulder.

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September 21, 2011  10:22 PM ET
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There is nothing funny about suffering injury. When I was on assignment in Turkey I fell out of a moving car and broke two ribs and dislocated my shoulder.

Difference being... your injury was real.

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September 22, 2011  08:38 AM ET

Now the NFL has determined that they might know who is injured and who isn't, cramping is not something they have tests for nor is having the wind knocked out of you. What next, fining teams that the NFL thinks don't try hard enough? Indianapolis Colts are an example of a team that seems to have given up without Manning on the field. I think the Seattle Seahawks are laying down this season so Pete Carroll can get Luck or be reunited with Barkley.

September 22, 2011  09:08 AM ET

I believe that all teams use this ploy to buy time. This tactic isn't something new and most NFL coaches and players feel this is a good strategy. How does the league determine if a player is cramping up or just faking it.

September 22, 2011  12:28 PM ET

I was laughing when I saw this on the Early Show this morning. :)

September 22, 2011  12:35 PM ET

I laughed my arse off when I seen the flop video *shaking my head* still makes me laugh watching it.

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September 22, 2011  03:26 PM ET
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That's a far cry from doing the Double Dak Drop because you can't keep up wiith the no-huddle.

LOL - Double Dak Drop!

While this kind of stuff happens all the time (according to several NFL players) I think the manner in which these guys did it is pretty hilarious. Do a better job selling it for crying out loud!

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August 28, 2012  04:16 PM ET

I still laugh at that video man ahahaha

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