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Injuries: Par for the course or are the Jets doing something wrong?

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15 hours ago, Peace Frog said:

Apparently by not playing anyone. 

Ever. 

The media hysterics are a bit much. Could've been hurt in OTAs, drills, practice, or like this, preseason. Matt Ryan and a bunch of Falcons'  OL was still in there too. This can happen any time. 

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17 hours ago, jetstream23 said:

It's football.  Guys get hurt.  But do we see anything related to either playing time or practice tactics that might be resulting in injuries?  Anything different with this coaching staff or is it just bad luck that Leo's been hurt but seems to be back, Williamson is out for the year, Shell, Mosely sustained knee injuries, Cashman is hurt, Trumaine Johnson is hurt, Kyron Brown is hurt, etc.

I just hate to see these things cranking up in Preseason since we know the NFL season is a marathon and not a sprint, and injuries accumulate throughout the year as a team hopefully heads towards a playoff push.

Le'Veon Bell has been wrapped in bubble wrap, but is there anything else we see in terms of either playing time, preseason player rotations, or practice intensity that might be contributing to injuries?

So you either play full tilt or you don't play at all, they have too. Gotta have some luck on your side. It's kill, or be killed or step out of bounds.

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16 hours ago, Peace Frog said:

This could be posted on every fan forum in the NFL. 

We’ve had one major injury. 

So has just about every other team, or they will. 

The bumps and bruises are also being sustained by every other team. 

Football is tough. 

Get a helmet. 

Antonio Brown supports this message. 

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6 minutes ago, BornJetsFan1983 said:

Cba doesn't let guy get into shape for football any more the game get stronger and tougher almost, every year but the guy 5 and 10 years ago were better prepared before the season. They keep taking away contact and then come pre season or hell even an up beat practice and everyone is saying oh random injury.

No not random they are causing these by not letting the coaches get them into shape.

I hate the players ass. Cba etc. They are all political and don't  give two sh*ts about players.

Pretty much they have garunteed guys will lose careers to complete ly preventable injuries.

But there's only a couple Evey year so screw it! I mean what's the alternative, practicing longer than 45 minutes twice a day!

Awful

Sorry. The best coaches do most of their work in meeting rooms. The bad coaches have guys on the field all day, way too long, wear them out. It's a contact sport; if you have guys crashing into each other longer than needed, you're going to get people hurt. And those tired end of practice situations are unproductive. Recall Joe Walton in a number of seasons worked good  Jets teams to the bone, so by the time they got to the playoffs they were cooked. Pats, what ever else you can say about them, do not whine about not having enough practice time. It's about what you do with the time you have. And this injury was random; friendly helmet to knee accident. Practice time has nothing to do with a freak accident. 

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4 minutes ago, Bugg said:

Sorry. The best coaches do most of their work in meeting rooms. The bad coaches have guys on the field all day, way too long, wear them out. It's a contact sport; if you have guys crashing into each other longer than needed, you're going to get people hurt. And those tired end of practice situations are unproductive. Recall Joe Walton in a number of seasons worked good  Jets teams to the bone, so by the time they got to the playoffs they were cooked. Pats, what ever else you can say about them, do not whine about not having enough practice time. It's about what you do with the time you have. 

You missed the point we are talking about injuries that happen because the players bodies are not ready for the contact and movement. They are not in game shape.

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5 hours ago, BornJetsFan1983 said:

You missed the point we are talking about injuries that happen because the players bodies are not ready for the contact and movement. They are not in game shape.

So a freak accident like what happened to Williamson has something to do with him or the guy who hit him not being ready for contact because they should practice full all out contact as much as possible? Yes, I missed that point because it makes no sense. What I know is football coaches are control freaks. And further the bad ones worse than that, in part because they lack focus and think having long practices with more full contact is better. And more hitting in a longer practice would result in fewer injuries? Missed the sense of that too. 

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