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What should be the best injury protocol in NFL?
Yes, if the doctor say yes and a player is cleared, he should play. But that is not so clear at the outset, you have a player who will play because he likes to play and win, plus the culture of the fans - if you win and played, you're great, but if you play and lost, there is blaming. You add the coach, he should have clear reading of his player and doctors communication with him should be clear. Agree? What are your thoughts, share them. Thank you.
I really don't have an answer for that, yet. I can try to think of a solution.
As a player or coach you rely 100% on your team doctors' input before each decision is reached. IN the Sea. Was. game where RG111 is concerned I would have made the SAME decion as the Washington coaching staff did. It's like a roll of the dice. There have been quite a few athletes who have played thru broken bones, sprains, and even concussions over the years in most major sports. Then you have the athlete himself (herself) who wants to play as long as they can breathe. The doctor has to have the final say to yes and no decisions in these cases.
by Steven Escareno21 months ago
As many of you might have heard, Tim Tebow has tried out to play minor league baseball, and it looks like the Mets are giving him a huge contract. I don't know the specifics of it, but I've heard that...
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The Titans, Bills and Jags need QB help. I hope this creates an opportunity to see Tebow play this year.
by ICITMYWAY6 years ago
Please explain why?
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What are the pros and cons of a no huddle offense in the NFL?Does it work, yes for some and not for the others. It seems to work for the Pats and some noted QBs like it. What is your opinion about this?
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Who do you think is the best overall player in the 2012 NFL Draft?Who will have the most success?
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