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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by TitanJeff, Sep 20, 2022.
Damn our game is on Fox. I hate when we play on Fox. The announcers suck.
This is a must win game and very winnable. Please DH, turn on beast mode and let's watch Carr cry.
I agree.. I wouldn't pay for a preseason game. Hell I didn't even watch more than 15-20 mins of preseason on TV. But then again, I wouldn't pay what it cost to go to a regular season game either.
From a business perspective, they see it as giving you bonus content. From a fan perspective, we know it's just a scrimmage between depth players/guys that won't be around in a few weeks.
I’m firmly planted in the group that believes we lose until they prove otherwise. So,
… please be wrong
Well your logic failed. Starters are getting injured, also with the new CBA practices are soft and the rule changes made to the NFL has made IMO players soft. Look at players back in the day when they dressed in full pads doing 3 day practices hitting. If anything you can say that because of the CBA and rule changes to games/practices that players who weren't built physically to play at the big boy level are leeching into the NFL. Thus we are beginning to see year after year more and more injuries, and example of this who have played for us would be Locker and McCarthy, I am sure other teams had players fall to a similar fate.
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Are there this many soft tissue injuries in college ball? ACL and tears you can't fake but hammy problems seem ridiculous lately...Athletes are getting soft...but then again the contracts are out of control, they get paid regardless
Players get injured in preseason also. That's my point. Preseason is just another opportunity to get injured, not a miracle cure for players not getting injured in the regular season.
Mmmmm…..ramping up to full speed with sub max threshold strains DOES strengthen soft tissues. So more of those does make an athlete stronger and more durable.