Listen: Redskins' Alex Smith suffers gruesome, season-ending leg injury
"Larry, Michael and Chris Cooley the team nine hundred Washington Redskins radio network. It was a very serious injury. Thirty three years to the day. The Joe thighs men suffered that gruesome injury to his leg. Alex Smith with a fractured fibula and tibia. He was carted off. He was operated on immediately. His season is over Cole McCoy came on in relief through touchdown pass. Kept it close Washington actually got to a point where they tried a field goal to potentially win the ballgame from sixty three yards out. It's time expired it fell short and Houston hung on for the twenty three to twenty one win. Jay Gruden on the injury that everybody turn their faces away from obviously Alex Smith. He broke his tibia and fibia and fracture. You don't need surgery right away. What did you see? If Alex is injury. Have you spoken to him at the time or since have seen anything the Andhra? I'd knows very painful form, and you know, heartbreaking for a lot of people. He's a great guy a hard worker. I wanna key leaders on his football team. So these things happen in pro football. Unfortunately, just hate to see them happen to a guy like, Alex. But the guy is kill bounce back. Hopefully, he does for right now. The Redskins trying to ride out the remainder of this season are gonna turn to Colt McCoy and Adrian Peterson. Yeah. Two touchdowns today. But Washington at six and four their lead shrink to a single game in the NFC east other side, Houston, seven and three flying high in the AFC, south JJ watt on this win streak. Yeah. I think that's the best thing about this team. Is that we always believe we believe in each other. We believe in find a way, we don't know how we don't know where we don't know why. But we believe that we're going to find a way to win the game. And we've been on that seven times in a row. So we're going to keep that going and just keep working. Hard to try and find ways Houston is the first team to win seven hundred zero after starting"