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  1. Patsman

    Patsman On the Roster

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    few injuries? We see a close game on Sunday and we see the injury bug finally hit us. When a team goes down by 3 TD's by the half, they tend to lay down. When a team like Philly is hungry, they play and hit hard all game long.
     
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    injuries are mostly luck
     
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    Snarf Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    Of course there is.

    Play 3/4 of a game, and you have 3/4 of the chance of getting hurt.
     
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    I believe there is a strong correlation.

    In my theory Defenses are more susectible to injury.
    1) they have to react to the ball
    2) they have action occuring behind them

    Offenses usually are moving forward and know where they are suppose to be and where their team mates are.

    the Majoriy of the Defensive players know their assignements but play close attention to the QB and RB - many are clueless that a WR may be bringing the play into thier area along with a team mate.

    In my opinion you want your offense on the field to prevent injury.
    O lineman would be the only exception to this
     
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    I correlate injuries with sore legs.
     
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