Patriots fans are very concerned that Tom Braby in not practicing on Thursday for his hand injury. The Patriots vs Jaguars AFC Championship game on Sunday at 3:05 p.m. ET got plenty of consternation.
What happened to Tom Brady’s hand?
X-rays of Brady’s hand revealed no structural damage, per Karen Guregian of the Boston Herald, and a source told Mike Reiss of ESPN that Brady’s hand “should be OK.” Still, the Patriots aren’t saying anything beyond the fact that it’s a hand injury, giving no specifics about which finger(s), the various bones in there or anything else.
“I remember (Buffalo Bills running back) LeSean McCoy said he had a high ankle sprain and came out there cutting and stuff,” Jackson said. “So I’m gonna get ready for his best and make sure that we’re all out there to get Tom Brady’s best.”
“We were taking pretty steady action on Jacksonville so we pulled it and adjusted down to -7. We fully expect Brady to play, but if he’s really banged up the offensive gameplan could be altered,” BookMaker.eu spokesman Scott Cooley told CBSSports.com. “And if somehow he doesn’t play, it’s going to be mayhem. At this stage of the season and considering the opponent, Brady is worth 7-8 points to the spread. If this is a ho-hum regular season game, we’re looking at 5-6 points.”
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