You're going to explain to me how you have head trauma, because they way you played out there was the best I have ever seen you play.
BANG!! BANG!! BANG!!
I dont know, when I played. My memory, just clicked
Well you are one lucky man, the average time it takes to recover from something like that is a year.
He had gotten there just before his team ready for warm-up calling all of his guys over getting ready for the pre-game huddle. Rushing them over he had to explain some things but instead of giving excuses he just gave motivation, nothing about himself. Scared about the game, he rushes in.
Glad to have you back bro, we missed you.
After the teams best game since he has been gone, the coach pulls his aside from his team banging on lockers and yelling and celebrating team; To tell him that he played amazing and hes staying. When Joseph started to play something just clicked, like playing helps him recover.
Should I have bought this with my extra paycheck?
Joseph got extremely lucky, he is a medical mystery. Some say that it was his love for the sport and the team that helped him get over it, but doctors are still scratching their heads.
Im back baby!
Joseph returns to playing, and to his team. Everyone is happy and grateful, except the backup QB.
Joseph is playing even better than he has before. Unlike anything he has shown in practice, games, college or anything or anywhere else. He is truly beginning to be one of the best. He says now that he knows how quick he can lose it, he always is his best.
All is back to normal, he goes through this life changing challenge. This shows him the importance of being grateful for what he has and how fast it can all be gone. Now, there is not a day he doesn't remember what happened when he slacks off.