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As much as the NFL would rather if everyone discussed all of the yards and TDs produced in game after game Youth Mark Ingram Jersey , and for whatever advancements have been made in player safety over time, pro football is, at its core, a brutal sport 鈥?and what happened to Alex Smith's right leg is not very different from what happened to Joe Theismann's right leg, exactly 33 years apart.Theismann knew it right away.The former Washington Redskins QB 鈥?whose career ended after he was hurt on a sack by Lawrence Taylor on Nov. 18, 1985 鈥?was at FedEx Field on Sunday and turned away so he wouldn't have to see the unnatural way in which current Redskins QB Smith's tibia and fibula twisted as they were fractured under the weight of Texans defenders J.J. Watt and Kareem Jackson."It was horrible," Theismann said in a telephone interview. "My heart went out to him. I feel so bad for him."Washington center Chase Rouiller had an even more up-close-and-personal view when Smith was sacked and offered a little insight into what life as an NFL player is like.They all know, naturally, that at any moment, it could be them down on the turf, covering their face with their hands before being driven away on a cart."You say your prayers while it's happening," Rouiller said, "and you've got to get ready for the next play."Said Redskins coach Jay Gruden: "These things happen in pro football, unfortunately. Just hate to see them happen with a guy like Alex."Smith was not, of course, the only player hurt in this game, which ended with AFC South-leading Houston holding on for a 23-21 victory, their seventh win in a row after an 0-3 start.Nor, unsurprisingly, was he the only starting quarterback hurt during a sack on this day: Marcus Mariota left the Tennessee Titans' 38-10 loss to the Indianapolis Colts with an injured right elbow.The league likes to tout all of the offensive records broken in this offense-rules age. The broken bones? Less so."We know we play a violent sport," said Colt McCoy, who replaced Smith and will make his first start since 2014 when Washington plays at the Dallas Cowboys on Thanksgiving Day. "You just never want to see that happen."In case you missed it, here are other top topics after the NFL season's 11th Sunday:FLOP EAGLES FLOPCarson Wentz threw three picks and zero TDs as the Philadelphia Eagles' offense struggled yet again. The injuries kept mounting as their defense did nothing to slow Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints. If Philadelphia's 48-7 loss at New Orleans didn't mark the end of the meaningful portion of the Eagles' season, it sure looked like it did. It was the most lopsided defeat ever for a reigning Super Bowl champion. The Eagles are 4-6, the Saints are 9-1, and the proceedings felt as if they were a passing of the torch in the NFC. "Definitely a frustrating one," Wentz said. "We just didn't show up Tre'Quan Smith Jersey Stitched , really."ACTION JACKSONRavens QB Lamar Jackson took one last snap, kneeled to run out the clock on Baltimore's 24-21 victory over Cincinnati in his first professional start, then casually flipped the football to the referee. Jackson started heading to the locker room, pumped his fist 鈥?and then realized he wanted that ball to commemorate the day, so sprinted to run down the official and grabbed his memento. Jackson ran everywhere he wanted to on this afternoon, gaining 117 yards on 27 carries.AS LUCK WOULD HAVE ITFor so long, either a leaky offensive line or some sort of injury that might be traced to that o-line limited the effectiveness of Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck. Well, just look at the guy 鈥?and the guys who are paid to protect him 鈥?now. Luck has not been sacked even once in the Colts' past five games, four of them wins, including Sunday against the Titans. Suddenly, the Colts are 5-5 and a contender for an AFC wild-card berth. Probably not a coincidence: Indy has been using high draft picks on linemen lately, including taking guard Quenton Nelson with the No. 6 overall selection this year.Follow Howard Fendrich on Twitter at ://HowardFendrich Tampa Bay's best start in eight years has dissolved into a .500 record that raises more questions than it answers about whether this finally will be the year the Buccaneers end their long playoff drought.The Bucs (2-2) weathered Jameis Winston's suspension for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy better than reasonably could have been expected, thanks to Ryan Fitzpatrick becoming the first player in league history to top 400 yards passing in three consecutive games.A porous defense, however, is threatening to undermine a season that looked so promising after Fitzpatrick led the team to wins over New Orleans and Super Bowl champion Philadelphia to start the season.Last Sunday's 48-10 loss to the Chicago Bears sent the Bucs into their bye week amid questions about whether coach Dirk Koetter might fire defensive coordinator Mike Smith during a break that couldn't arrive soon enough.Despite being throttled by a Bears defense led by Khalil Mack. Tampa Bay has the NFL's top-ranked passing attack and is No. 3 in total offense.The flip side is the Bucs have allowed a league-high 139 points through four games and have given up more yardage than every team except the Kansas City Chiefs, who are 4-0 despite their shortcomings on defense."We've got to own it and we have to fix it," coach Dirk Koetter said in the wake of what the coach described as a "horrific" performance against the Bears.Koetter is adamant, though, that firing Smith, the former Atlanta Falcons head coach, is not the answer.Not even after the Bucs were shredded by Chicago's Mitchell Trubisky, the No. 2 pick in the 2017 draft, for 354 yards passing and six touchdowns."Sure, any play-callers on both sides of the ball would love to have calls back ... anything that doesn't work," Koetter said. "But we have to figure that out, and the nice thing about having a bye right now is we've four games of our own to look at."Since firing former coach Lovie Smith after the 2015 season, in part because Tampa Bay was having problems stopping opponents Youth Rick Leonard Jersey , the Bucs have invested heavily in the defense through free agency and the draft.Injuries have tested depth on the defensive line, as well as in a secondary missing cornerback Vernon Hargreaves III and safety Chris Conte.The absence of a consistent running game, capable of keeping opposing quarterbacks on the sideline for extended stretches, has hurt, too, considering the Bucs faced Drew Brees, Nick Foles and Ben Roethlisberger in the first three games."It was easy for me to stand up here and say we faced two Hall of Famers and a Super Bowl-winning quarterback. That wasn't the case (last Sunday)," Koetter said. "Tip your hat to Trubisky for doing what he had to do. We need to focus on what we need to do better."Lovie Smith was let go after a season in which the Bucs finished 10th in total defense, allowing 340.4 yards per game.Through the first month of the season, the current Bucs are allowing 358 yards per game through the air, 445.8 yards overall.Opposing quarterbacks completed 70 percent of their passes in 2015. It's 77.1 percent after four games this year.Koetter has a longtime relationship with Smith. They worked together as assistants under Jack Del Rio in Jacksonville, and Smith later hired Koetter as his offensive coordinator when Smith became the head coach in Atlanta."First, let's get one thing straight. It has zero to do with relationships, OK? None of this is about relationships," Koetter said."This is business," the coach added. "This is how I make my living, and it's how every guy in this building makes his living, so we can put that one to rest."One change that is occurring, though, is Winston regaining the starting quarterback job. He sat out the first three games while serving his suspension and replaced Fitzpatrick in the second half against Chicago with the Bucs trailing 38-3."Fitz's combination of experience, talent and leadership is valued at a very high level here," Koetter said in announcing the decision to bench the 35-year-old journeyman backup and play the No. 1 overall pick from the 2015 draft."At the same time, Jameis Winston is the guy that's going to be here way longer than I am," Koetter added. "He needs to be playing, and he will be unless he gets hurt."The Bucs return to action on Oct. 14 at Atlanta.

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