Injuries are becoming more common

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  1. CloakNNNdagger

    CloakNNNdagger Site Contributor

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    You will note that the degree of injuries don't necessarily possitively correlate with the lack of performance of teams. Some of the most injury-riddled teams demonstrate the highest level of play.
     
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    Are you suggesting the Texans should start getting injured more?
     
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    wonder how many agents MAY advise their clients in this regard to protect own interests :money:
     
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    Doesn't seem like it would hurt.:spin:

    But putting the coaches on injured reserve would probably be more beneficial.:kitten:
     
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    Speaking of injuries, if you think the Texans have injury problems, consider the 'Phins. In last nights NFL.Network game between them and the Bears they were playing their 3-rd string QB who was taking snaps from their 3rd-string center due to injuries.
     
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    Honestly, things like this make me worry about the sport's long-term future. Football is an integral part of American culture, but it seems like it keeps getting more and more dangerous; how long can we keep it going in its present form?
     

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