Joe Theismann on Alex Smith injury: 'The whole situation is eerie'

NFL Super Bowl champion Joe Theismann joins "Fast Money Halftime Report" to discuss Washington Redskin quarterback Alex Smith's injury. He also discusses the market. » Subscribe to CNBC: About CNBC: From 'Wall Street' to 'Main Street' to award winning original documentaries and Reality TV series, CNBC has you covered. Experience special sneak peeks of your favorite shows, exclusive video and more. Connect with CNBC News Online Get the latest news: Find CNBC News on Facebook: Follow CNBC News on Twitter: Follow CNBC News on Google+: Follow CNBC News on Instagram: #CNBC


Dylan Salerno
Dylan Salerno:
He is at the game,
It's the anniversary of the injury,
It's the same injury,
And the score at the time of the injury was the same........

*illuminati fukin confirmed*
The Sports Option
The Sports Option:
It's unimaginable. The fact that 33 years later to date, not only did the exact injury happen to Joe, but the same leg too. I feel bad for Alex because I felt like he had at least another couple years left in the league
Astral Studios
Astral Studios:
Same yard line...both coaches have the same initials. Same leg, same injury, same final score of the game, injured by pro bowl defensive end, both opposing teams wore red white and blue
Clark Drew
Clark Drew:
Prayers of healing for Alex Smith
Mavric Morgera
Mavric Morgera:
Paolo Sobretodo
Paolo Sobretodo:
Eric Fisher
Eric Fisher:
kalel 311
kalel 311:
Joe must have cringed when he saw what happened and it brought unpleasant memories of 1985, i don't care what team you root for you hate to see this
Joshua Traffanstedt
Joshua Traffanstedt:
Im a Cowboys fan, but still.. It sucks when an NFL starter (a solid one at that.. But really when ANY player) goes down due to injury; especially a serious injury. Good players are what makes the NFL so fun to watch. Even when Dallas plays a divisional rival, i love it when both sides are healthy and each team brings their best. Washington was leading the division and now this.. Colt McCoy can have flashes of greatness, sure, but greatness isn't something he'll likely bring to the table every remaining game of the season. I hope for the Sake of Alex Smith, his family/friends, and fans that he's able to make a full recovery and comeback to football if he chooses. At 34 though, playing football doesn't seem too likely. If not, im sure plenty of teams would buy his coaching or scouting services, and CBS and FOX would definitely hire him. Good luck, guy.
D.A. Thorndike
D.A. Thorndike:
Joe has a nephew who is 33 years old and is named Alex Smith... wow... that is spooky
Coast two Coast am should do a show about this game!
Medicine and surgeons have come along way since Joe was hurt. If Alex wants to play he will be able to. All the armchair psychics need to stop with the predictions.
Oakland Warrior 3011
Oakland Warrior 3011:
Staged sports are rigged this sets up "AMERICAS TEAM" TO WIN THE DIVISION
Some Guy
Some Guy:
What a douchbag theisman is. Who cares what he has to say about something that happened 33 years ago. boo hoo. Shame anyone gets hurt, but because it happened to thiesman doesnt make him an expert anything.