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If any of you out there have ever worked as trainers, can you shed any light on what may be going on with the injuries? I know people like to chalk it up to bad luck, but Gase's teams have been injury riddled every year both here and in Miami. He didn't bring his Miami training staff to NY, so I think we can remove the trainers out of the equation (to an extent). Does the team practice too hard? Is the team not practicing hard enough so their bodies aren't getting conditioned to withstanding the physical stress of an NFL game?

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33 minutes ago, #27TheDominator said:

This year everybody is hurt.  I assume it is the interrupted offseason training and the abbreviated camps.  

I agree that probably explains this year, but what about last year? https://www.footballoutsiders.com/stat-analysis/2020/2019-adjusted-games-lost-part-i

Or 2018: https://www.footballoutsiders.com/stat-analysis/2019/2018-adjusted-games-lost-part-i

Or 2017: https://www.footballoutsiders.com/stat-analysis/2018/2017-adjusted-games-lost

Or 2016: https://www.footballoutsiders.com/stat-analysis/2017/2016-adjusted-games-lost

2018 through 2016 look at miami

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Has anyone seen a real data analysis on the Gase injury tendency hypothesis across his Jets and Miami days? I would be very curious to understand if we just are primed to notice this based on the 'self as target' fallacy - i.e., you always over count your own experience. 
if its real statistically - I think the hypothesis above on goodwill is worth considering. All NFL players play injured every week and there could be something there on willingness to play hurt for a coach you dont believe in. 
Our current slug of injuries is just wild.

FYI, scroll up and look at the links I posted


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17 minutes ago, ryu79 said:

Right, so reading those articles, Gase's Miami teams dont appear to be outliers in the 2016-18 period, and more importantly, the Jets are flagged for simply being more forthright with injuries consistently than other teams. Which would run counter to the Osemele controversy last year. 

Its possible that if someone were to run the data across all these years and do a regression looking for whether Gase himself has an impact on missing players to injury they would find someone. The way this is cut by year, I dont necessarily see that other than last year being high. 

2019- Jets are 32nd

2018  - Miami ranked 22nd

2017 - Miami ranked 30th

2016 - Miami ranked 28th.

A quote, "Could Adam Gase be on a similar path in Miami after the Dolphins racked up more than 100 AGL for the second year in a row? It can't help that they have jettisoned away players such as Jay Ajayi, Jarvis Landry, Ndamukong Suh, Mike Pouncey, etc., in the last few months. "

You have to scroll down and look at the AGL results, you are only looking at the first graphs that pop up.

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