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(Pro Football Talk)   Texans coach Kubiak wheeled off the field at halftime. Still developing   (profootballtalk.nbcsports.com) divider line 29
    More: Scary, Gary Kubiak, Texans, half-time, head coaches, Texans coach, Wade Phillips  
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2013-11-03 10:26:54 PM
Hopefully this isn't a trifecta in play.  Foxxy's out for 2 months with heart surgery tomorrow or Tuesday.  Yikes.
 
2013-11-03 11:48:30 PM
Maybe its a denver thing (kubiak spent a long time on the those denver sidelines as well.)
 
2013-11-03 11:49:59 PM

kteela: Hopefully this isn't a trifecta in play.  Foxxy's out for 2 months with heart surgery tomorrow or Tuesday.  Yikes.


I believe the entire Vikings staff was transported to the hospital for choking
 
2013-11-03 11:50:21 PM
Blew it against Seattle, blew it against the team that beat Seattle...

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You're killing your coach, Texans!
 
2013-11-03 11:57:15 PM
The Steelers suffered a fatal heart attack, so there is your trifecta.
 
2013-11-04 12:02:36 AM
According To The Texans...Not A Heart Attack.

I'm Guessing Kidney Stones Or Appendix.

Please Pardon The Capitol Letters...Posting From My Phone.
 
2013-11-04 12:05:01 AM
KPRC (local NBC affiliate) is saying heart attack has been ruled out, possibly dehydration.
 
2013-11-04 12:05:16 AM
Eat now?
 
2013-11-04 12:07:40 AM
They said he was seen holding his head, then couldn't open his eyes but was talking. Sounds like one of my vertigo episodes
 
2013-11-04 12:08:53 AM
But it was the Texans who die in the half
 
2013-11-04 12:13:13 AM
They're saying "dehydration" on the local news.  That means "anxiety" or "overdose" in Los Angeles, so who knows?
 
2013-11-04 12:25:39 AM
Hopefully it is something minor.  However just because they rule out a heart attack doesn't mean it couldn't be a stroke or a blood clot or any number of serious and life threatening conditions.
 
2013-11-04 12:26:35 AM
Post-game the Texans guy mentioned he might return to the team soon so hopefully it is something outpatient/not threatening.
 
2013-11-04 12:32:18 AM

farbekrieg: Maybe its a denver thing (kubiak spent a long time on the those denver sidelines as well.)


And yet Shanahan will live and coach until he's 120.
 
2013-11-04 12:54:42 AM
So does the loss get credited (like baseball) to Wade Phillips since Kubiak left him with the lead?  Or did Kubiak have to go into the third quarter for it to be a decision?
 
2013-11-04 12:54:52 AM

JasonOfOrillia: Eat now?


Not now, Larry.
 
2013-11-04 01:08:10 AM

4NSpy: farbekrieg: Maybe its a denver thing (kubiak spent a long time on the those denver sidelines as well.)

And yet Shanahan will live and coach until he's 120.


well considering his leathery hide was 110 when he left the broncos that timer has to be getting close.
 
2013-11-04 05:29:56 AM

farbekrieg: Maybe its a denver thing (kubiak spent a long time on the those denver sidelines as well.)


Or maybe it's a "playing the Colts" thing.

/Look out Rams, you seem to be next.
 
2013-11-04 06:06:19 AM
You can rule out the flu...they cant catch anything in Houston
 
2013-11-04 07:18:10 AM

kteela: They're saying "dehydration" on the local news.  That means "anxiety" or "overdose" in Los Angeles, so who knows?


Saying dehydration, other news reports saying he felt lightheaded and dizzy.  Immediate reports were that he couldn't stand, couldn't open his eyes.

Sounds to me like he had an attack of vertigo.  Since it occurred while standing, it's probably not benign positional vertigo, though I'm sure they checked for it.  Ménière's disease is certainly within the differential diagnosis.  Or, it could be a simple case of vestibular neuronitis or labyrinthitis or idiopathic.

Now, it's possible he's taking blood pressure medication, specifically a diuretic like hydrochlorothyazide, which would contribute to dehydration, reduce the blood pressure too much, and can make you feel lightheaded and dizzy.  However, the fact that he couldn't open his eyes suggests that he was experiencing nystagmus, which is an indicator of vertigo, and does not occur with blood pressure drops.
 
2013-11-04 07:20:26 AM
Came for Parker Lewis Can't Lose references, leaving unhappy.

/yeah, I've got an onion on my belt
//deal with it
 
2013-11-04 07:34:07 AM
Same thing happened to Roy Williams @ KU/UNC (assuming it vertigo)
 
2013-11-04 07:35:28 AM
Speaking of texans collapsing...
 
2013-11-04 07:47:45 AM

SlothB77: Speaking of texans collapsing...


Need to hospitalize the kicker for chronic choking
 
2013-11-04 08:20:00 AM

kteela: Hopefully this isn't a trifecta in play.  Foxxy's out for 2 months with heart surgery tomorrow or Tuesday.  Yikes.


How this hasn't happened to Andy Reid yet I'll never know.
 
2013-11-04 08:22:35 AM

4NSpy: And yet Shanahan will live and coach until he's 120.


It's kind of like Emperor Palpatine...When you're that evil you have the ability to hold off even death
 
2013-11-04 08:53:49 AM

robsul82: Blew it against Seattle, blew it against the team that beat Seattle...



You're killing your coach, Texans!


Is this your gameplan, Gary?
 
2013-11-04 10:18:52 AM

Earguy: kteela: They're saying "dehydration" on the local news.  That means "anxiety" or "overdose" in Los Angeles, so who knows?

Saying dehydration, other news reports saying he felt lightheaded and dizzy.  Immediate reports were that he couldn't stand, couldn't open his eyes.

Sounds to me like he had an attack of vertigo.  Since it occurred while standing, it's probably not benign positional vertigo, though I'm sure they checked for it.  Ménière's disease is certainly within the differential diagnosis.  Or, it could be a simple case of vestibular neuronitis or labyrinthitis or idiopathic.

Now, it's possible he's taking blood pressure medication, specifically a diuretic like hydrochlorothyazide, which would contribute to dehydration, reduce the blood pressure too much, and can make you feel lightheaded and dizzy.  However, the fact that he couldn't open his eyes suggests that he was experiencing nystagmus, which is an indicator of vertigo, and does not occur with blood pressure drops.


It's so strange to click your links and not see boobies...
 
2013-11-04 11:04:00 AM
Jesus CHRIST, dude! O_O

I really hope it's not something serious, like a stroke or blood clot. :-(
 
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