Kyler Murray Carted Off With BAD Knee Injury - Doctor Explains
- เผยแพร่เมื่อ 11 ธ.ค. 2022
- Kyler Murray suffered a severe looking right knee injury and was carted off the field. What happened?
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The efficiency you get these videos out is crazy
Never seen anything like it. Dude must not sleep…
Plot twist he is the NFL script writer for injuries
He must have crazy fast internet to upload videos so quick.
Mans is always ready for content.
He lives and sleeps in a dress shirt and tie, and has a wall of video screens that only show sports. And anytime a bone breaks or tendon tears... somehow...he hears it. No one knows how, but he can actually HEAR it. Even while sleeping. Like a tremor in The Force that only he can sense. We must not question it, we can only watch in amazement.
This comment needs to be pinned at the top ASAP
@Peter Masih Thank you sir
turnnn fuckin uup!!😆🕺
He has a newborn, right? He may just not sleep
I second first comment. PIN THIS BIH
These to me are truly the most heart wrenching injuries to watch. They’re not as gruesome as Alex smith or Kevin Ware you don’t have the sheer violence of some 260 pound linebacker flattening a helpless little slot receiver but these situations are so upsetting because they’re completely non contact. No one hit him no one inflicted any damage to him he just cut wrong. Something like that can happen so easily if you are running or walking wrong. People expect a injury on a big hit these types really get to you
Man I almost forgot about Kevin Ware sheesh that was bad
Yeah cus most big hits cause like rib injuries and shit but this is way worse
Same here, but with modern surgery and rehab, you can truly get back to even the highest levels of athletic ability these days.
Much respect for getting this, along with other injury videos up so fast. It hasn't even been an hour, and you already have a video up. Respect
Takes along time just to upload.
He makes tens of thousands off these videos... I'd have them up 45 minutes after injury and do a review for a second video for more ad payments. It's easy when you bank thousands doing TH-cam to upload
@Stärke he chilling either way lol , as a Rehab doctor
It's crazy because these are the most physically fit humans and the fact things like this can happen by taking one wrong step is mind blowing.
Football players most physically fit? Not even close
@Chris P. Bacon Wym?
@Chris P. Baconhuh
Just explaining this type of injury makes my knee hurt. I can't imagine what Kyler is going through right now
Would love to see the doc on Pat Mcafee. How can we make this happen?
Well, Pat blocked me on twitter after I made some suggestions about the new studio lighting :/ so I don’t know if an appearance is happening anytime soon, as much as I’d love to go on :(
@Brian Sutterer MD smh
@Brian Sutterer MD wtf how could pat do you like that
@Brian Sutterer MD your lighting on the other hand looks great? I wouldn’t even know what to critique. What an odd thing to get blocked over. He must’ve been feeling sensitive about something to do with the studio or just having a bad day.
We need to throw some good vibes towards Pat about @Brian Sutterer MDthat his intentions were all good in suggesting new studio lighting.
I hate seeing players get injured but I love being able to watch these injuries and start to diagnose what might have happened in a specific play. A lot of that thinking comes from what I’ve learned just from watching this channel. Thank you for expanding my knowledge and and making some amazing content, Doc.
Wow. Thanks for the detailed explanation and for showing all the examples. It seems professional athletes are asking too much of their bodies. Can you make a video explaining what exercises (if any) players can do to minimize this from happening?
Wear and tear from a young age...kids are training like pros from a very young age....it ain't about having fun as a kid anymore....if u look at bball also same thing...
Thanks Brian. You are the best in explaining sports injuries. Hopefully Kyler Murray makes a quick recovery. That was horrible to see. He will bounce back though,he might be small but he is tough dude.
I suffered an ACL injury years ago and it was the shock of the loss of function that threw me off. All I remember was a pop and literally I was down and out. Seeing videos like this make me highly aware of how it happened...but everytime I see videos like this I can feel my ACL ache. Thanks Doc
You are teaching me how to see and understand these things. You don’t always learn stuff on TH-cam so thanks for the great content. Hope Murray recovers well. It certainly looks like a sure fire bad ACL injury.
My grandmother slipped in the tub last week and Brian skyped my mom in 5 min to describe the injury. This guy is really something. He is actually coming to the funeral. RIP Granny.
Described her fatal slip in the tub? He really took 5 mins to say "fall down go boom"? I call BS..
Thanks Johnny! You made me laugh. 1 vote for best sarcastic comment
Thanks for the coverage,Doc. I enjoy your educational videos. I would like to say I’m looking forward to the next one,but that would imply an injury.So the old are fine with me.Good luck and good health to all these athletes that provide us with entertainment.
Damn, I hope he has a healthy road to recovery in the offseason.
Hopefully he is encouraged to go back to baseball, fact a person can actually hear the tearing ,fortunately mine personally was only partial ,.
@Jody Brownhow did you heal? Currently going through it
Another great video by Dr. Sutterer. Really horrible if it's as bad as it could be. Hope Murray has a complete, swift recovery.
Excellent break-down of this injury. This next bit is rather long (sorry!)
I tore my ACL in 1988 jumping out of a parked U-Haul truck. I was running to my left from the back toward the front. As I exited the truck, I turned my body to face to my right (so basically running North and facing East). My left foot hit a small row of landscaping bricks and stopped cold, and all of my weight continued through that point and I felt (and heard) a loud pop. We were in the process of moving and had to have that U-Haul back in a couple of hours, so I kept working. My left knee swelled up so much, my wife had to cut off my blue jeans so I could get them off.
Anyway, I had torn my left knee ACL, and menisci. I had an exploratory scope, then an allograft (full open knee), then finally three more scopes to clean it up. I finally had a cadaver graft (scope) for a total of five procedures.
Incredible work as always Doc being all over these injuries. Great catch on that pop. Best of luck Kyler.
I am just speechless by the production of this video. If I had two months to prepare I’d be stumbling over my words and the slideshow would most likely be upside down and backwards. You did this in about five minutes flawlessly. Bravo. I will see myself out.
It’s good that he is engaging so many people, it’s just a tremendous amount of work to achieve what he has.
Thank you for this instant update injury. You are an asset to the medical field.
It was the third play of the game. I felt so badly for Kyler. Sometimes life just isn’t fair.
Genuinely one of the most interesting TH-camrs right now. The fact that he gets these videos out so quick and so detailed is insane. All off of a few replays too. Keep up the great work.
This so so informative but also timely that cannot be beaten, thanks Doc!!!❤️
It's sort of crazy to think of how many thousands of years we've been fighting as humans and the ACL hasn't adapted fast enough to sports. Coming from someone who had no knee issues and tore my ACL before my first kickboxing match during hard sparring. The knee is a weird joint.
I'm not a doctor and no longer an athlete but I love your channel. I took sports medicine in high school and its very interesting. Thanks for the content!
Edit - I never noticed the knee snapping back into place .. obviously it happened really fast. That's gnarly.
This EXACT same injury happened to me last week 🥺 getting my MRI on Wednesday 🤞🏻 prayers up for both of us
I once injured my ACL and didn’t know about it months later when I developed a Baker’s cyst in my knee. They gave me a cortisone shot and I was fine in a few days. The tough part was the couple of weeks between my first appointment and then imaging and then getting the shot. On the list of things it could have been, I’m glad it was something so fixable.
Wow! That's a Great analysis for not actually seeing the injury. You definitely explained the injury very well, and had back up video to illustrate other similar injuries. 🙌🙏
Rough year for Kyler. I hope he has a good surgeon and recovers fully.
Reminded me a lot of the Teddy Bridgewater injury- weight and torque in all the wrong places. Hopping the best for his recovery process.
These players are so athletic and fast, it's no surprise that so many leg/knee injuries happen. The amount of force some of their bodies are probably generating, are insane. I could be wrong, but just seeing a cut like that, it looks so violent and the angle is awkward, so it's not surprising. It's actually surprising it doesn't happen more.
The efficiency of Dr. Sutterer is incomparable. We just got out of the first quarter lmao
I'm watching this during halftime...how did you produce this so fast? I also said ACL as soon as he went down. So very nice job, doctor!
I was watching this live and because I watch this channel I saw the pop of the tibia I was like "yep that's an ACL tear". Sucks for Kyler for sure! Thanks for the great content and keeping us informed.
Dr. Sutterer, I have 3 questions Re: Non-contact Knee injuries that I've always been curious about, and that I hope you can answer. 1) Are non-contact knee injuries ever the result of previous knee strains, or minor injuries(ligament damage) that weren't recognized? 2) I see a lot of these reported in NFL players (the Team I'm a fan of suffered 3 last season), how common is this type of injury in other sports: Soccer, Running, Basket Ball, etc...? 3) Can such injuries be prevented, or is it just a matter of having the right conditions for something so wrong to occur? Lastly, if you've addressed these questions in previous videos I apologize. Thanks!
Excellent analysis, doctor. Especially capturing the action in slo-mo.
just want to say i’ve been watching your vids for a cool minute now & im so grateful for your content. i lose braincells listening to other creators try to talk about the things you cover so effortlessly 😂
Just incredible how quick you get this out with such a detailed analysis....not even an hour
So sad. AZ plays on natural grass, hopefully it’s not terrible. Not a Cards fan but hate to see people get hurt. Prayers up Kyler!
Guys I’ve torn my ACL twice in both knees, from flag football. Played morning and both times the field was wet and it was a little cold. It’s surprisingly not that painful to tear it and the ligament can be torn in many types of ways. Detached from the bone, clean tear in the middle etc. Fast forward to today I’m blessed to be healthy and able to have two legs to walk on. It’s definitely a humbling experience. If you want to do injury prevention you can do yoga, lift weights, work on balance, pylo. Try a simple test for imbalances, balance on one leg and lean forward with your upper body and see if your leg starts to shake or is strong like a tree. Look at a flamingo. If your leg shakes you got work to do. It’s not the most painful thing in the world, but don’t be conquered by fear to do things that you love the most!
Very clear presentation. Tough to watch, but cuts directly to the point and with perfect examples. It's crazy what you learn when you listen to experts, huh?
When I saw the headline, came straight here to see if the doc had a video up. Never disappoints
Great breakdown of the injury. I'm sure Kyler will be okay, since he has all of those guaranteed millions of dollars coming to him.
Excellent explanation as always. Love your too the point approach
Once the game was over I immediately had to come see if you predicted an ACL injury, I thought I saw the tibia move in the replay. Really sad for Murray but excited that I'm retaining some of the info I've learned from your channel.
Doc should be on ESPN every time an athlete gets hurt. Quality video as always
hate to see it, feels like something that can be prevented all the time but it’s life :/ wish him the best and speedy recovery 🙏🏼
No matter how safe you try to make something, injuries will still happen
When we're young and "indestructible", or so we think, we do things to our bodies that they weren't meant to do. Football is a prime example. I played football in my 20s while I was in the service. I had a number of medial collateral ligament sprains, and didn't them time to heal properly. As a result, when I got older, I suffered a loss of cartilage, which resulted in bone on bone. I finally had to have a total knee replacement. I also had lumbar and cervical spinal damage. I had to have a 3-level cervical fusion, which resulted from 5 years of drag racing. My lumbar issues resulted in a L4-S1 fusion and later an L3-L4 fusion. Because of the spinal cord pressure and sciatica, I need a walker to ambulate. I'm happy that Deion was able to get the medical care he needed. God bless you, Deion.
From watching some of your other videos in the past, I thought it was a ACL from the first slow-motion replay. Hope he does well with this.
tore my achilles two months ago non-contact..... worst injuries ever...hope he comes back strong man
What can athletes do to prevent this injury? Any types of exercises to strengthen the ACL?
Just brutal wishing him a speedy recovery
My Dad kept acting like this injury was Kyler’s fault due to being “lazy” in practice and off the field. I had to keep telling him that even the best athletes can mess themselves up from just one wrong step and it isn’t a fault of theirs at all, just a harsh bit of fate. He could have just been venting about losing our QB on top of this awful season and terrible coaching from Kingsbury, granted.
I was waiting for this video as soon as Kyler hit the ground. Can't believe how fast you get these out!
Because of what I've learned to look for in these videos I said out loud in my living room by myself, that sure looked like an ACL. And then wondered how soon I would see this very video. Didn't think it would be that fast! Keep 'em coming!
You should react to Napoleon McCallum’s injury from 1994. That was the worst I’ve seen, his knee bent almost 90 degrees the wrong way
Great break down and analyst. Thank you🍻
Great job Doc! Thank you very much!
Can you do a video on Chelsea’s Armando Broja? Very concerning reaction he had in a friendly against Aston Villa on Sunday with a lot of uncertainty about the injury, seen people say MCL, ACL or maybe even both…
The doctor is on top of these plays, like ASAP, great job.
Soon as I saw his knee just mysteriously blow out I knew he was done 😱😭☠️
I tell you what, you are usually on point immediately to make a video when a big injury happens.
So many injuries this year. Thanks for explaining.
We're at 85 players done for the year due to injury
I have feelings he is going to go down as one of those players with so much talent but plagued with injuries.
As soon as I saw his knee shift when he lifted his foot into the air, my immediate thought was he tore his ACL. It fit with how much pain he was in. I saw someone say that they thought he ruptured his Achilles because they saw something in the calf but I saw it up into his thigh so that didn't make a ton of sense to me
Never will get over how freaky ACL injuries are, can make that move 1000 +times and that one time....
Holy shit, please come back stronger Murray 😭😭
Everybody leave a LIKE. The Dr put this up so fast and took no short cuts! Just as detailed and informative as all his other uploads!
Damn… Kyler does such a good job avoiding contact, I never considered him having a serious injury. If he loses his running & juking ability, he’s F’d. I don’t think he can strictly be a pocket passer. 🤷🏾♂️
As soon as I saw it I said that’s a CLASSIC acl tear…. I feel so bad for Kyler though he cannot stay on the field. I was looking forward to your video doc!
Great analysis! Arizona uses a natural field but I’ve gotten to the point that when I see these I immediately check to see if it was on turf. Hopefully it’s nothing serious!
I’ve had Kyler Murray, Breece Hall, Javonte Williams, Zach Ertzs, and Kyle Pittman on my dynasty league. Every single one has torn their ACL or MCL this year. It’s so freaking common that I feel like the turf needs to go. Players talk about how much they hate the turf because it causes injuries like this.
Cards play on real grass
now that you point that out it sounds ALOT worse then what i initially thought it was that being his hamstring injury reagitated during play and tripped him down. torn ACL just is bad juju from what i hear. speedy recovery to murray good luck next season cause i think he's out the rest of regular and i doubt the cards make it post
I’ve seen that exact mechanism for injury so many times, it’s easy to tell exactly what it is. So sad.
You are the definition of stay ready so you don’t have to get ready.
It's a clip on tie 👔 bruh
@the one 🔪 and he’s always ready bruh
Wow. Great visual explanation. Learned more than expected... And appreciated.
Damn your smart man And you know how to explain it so we can all understand! Thanks buddy!
Such a great video very informative. Thanks for putting it up so fast !
Wow, I have never seen a more clear depiction of an ACL tear than the Williams injury.
That sucks. Kyler will miss probably an entire year. It will be extremely difficult for him to be like he used to be. This is sad!
He will be back next sunday
You're insanely great and helpful with the way you explain things. Fast too 😂😂
Great as always! Seeing it in slow motion, then a few others made my stomach loose...ha
But it makes sense and great to hear the explanation....thank you!
i love science but more so the chemical side of it. never rly been into anatomy even tho i do find the human body fascinating but doc you truly make these educational and fun at the same time so you always keep me hooked. keep it up
I haven’t even heard who won this game yet but Dr. Brian already had a video out. Legend.
Doesn't matter what injury Doc is breaking down. My reaction is always "yikes."
The body is so fragile. Praying 🙏 for the players..
Another great job Sir 👏
My thoughts are with Kyler Murray
Cheers from San Diego California
Excellent explanation and pointing out that subtle relocation / reduction
Do you think any of these injuries have anything to do with the turf and surface that most NFL fields on played on?
as someone who’s torn their ACL it was the worst day of my life
What a great video with excellent commentary. First time I’ve watched any of your videos.
So prior to the age of reconstructive surgery, I assume people who tore their ACL were the ones described as having “a trick knee”? In other words they just lived with instability in their knee joint. What is that like to just let it stay torn?
Love your content. Makes me feel smart about physiology lol
Murry's injury is very similar to OBJ's two ACL tears Some humans have weak ACL connectors which fail if stressed during football. Nobody hit OBJ or Murray. The added sadness is the length of recovery time.
He tore his acl week one, at least partially. Watch his knee when he falls when he claimed he “tweaked his hamstring”
I sprained my MCL just like this back in high school - ended my football career - never recovered correctly.
Planting the foot toe-out during a direction change movement, which Kyler seems to be doing here,
could possibly increase the risk of an ACL.
Great work doc!
It's impressive how fast you can get these videos out!