Re: Running up the Score=Injuries!
posted at 10/21/2009 3:45 PM EDT
In Response to Re: Running up the Score=Injuries!
[QUOTE]In Response to Re: Running up the Score=Injuries! : Normally I don't respond to deuschebag (with underdogg as a noted exception), but as you clearly have never been involved in athletics of any kind, perhaps a real-life example would help illustrate what any rational person who was not an idiot could readily see. Let's say some kid (me) is in a wrestling match and has been exerting maximum effort for nearly six minutes straight. He's tired, and he's having trouble keeping his head up. From the referee's position (top), when the whistle blows, he tries to sweep his opponents left arm and drops his head -- because he's fatigued -- at the same time the other kid tries to execute a standing escape. The back of his opponents head impact the first kid (me) directly in the nose, breaking it in two places. If I had been in better shape, I would have kept my head where it belonged and would not have ended up bleeding all over that kid. This is a real-life example of a broken bone occuring as the direct result of fatigue. You, on the other hand, are a real-life example of a close-minded moron. Thank you, and have a nice day.
Posted by prairiemike[/QUOTE]
LOL! you are obviously a kid, an adult does not resort to calling people names because you are making yourself look dumb......
Comparing wrestling to Football is completely moronic.....
Oh, BTW....the Pats should be the most fit team in the NFL....they wore full pads more than any other team during the preseason......
You have yet to explain how The broken bones of Edelman, Seau, and Brady's blown knee have to do with conditionining....lets add all of the concussions that Aikman has had.....please explain.
You fail to realize that injuries happen, not because of conditioning, but because it is a violent sport.
And I have been playing sports since I was 6......so you are wrong again.....KID.