Message Board Basketball Forum - InsideHoops

Go Back   Message Board Basketball Forum - InsideHoops > InsideHoops Main Basketball Forums > Football Forum

Football Forum Football forum - NFL football forum

Reply
 
Thread Tools
Old 10-24-2017, 09:58 PM   #91
~primetime~
~the original p.tiddy~
 
~primetime~'s Avatar
 
Join Date: May 2009
Location: ~dallas,texas~ team: ~cowboys~
Posts: 22,251
Default Re: Week 7 GT

Quote:
What we can do, according to Bramel, is look at factors that make a player an injury risk. To him, those factors are:

A player with a smaller frame, greater than average laxity in his joints, or less than average tendon flexibility

A player with poorer strength, poorer conditioning, or less endurance than his competition

A player with below-average bone density or differences in the microscopic makeup of his connective tissue

A player with poor biomechanics or technique, especially when performing repetitive motions

A player with poorer reaction time or slower neuromuscular processing speed

A player more willing to take chances or put himself in a position to be injured

A player who has had repeated injuries to the same area (e.g. scar tissue, cartilage loss, overuse syndromes)

A player more willing to play through pain that limits his conditioning, flexibility, reaction time, etc.

^^^ quote from an NFL doctor that teams use to predict how injury prone a player is

https://www.google.com/amp/s/syndica...ayers.amp.html


Read that article...understand it...so that you don't come of retarded
~primetime~ is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-24-2017, 11:25 PM   #92
Bless Mathews
454 Dumper
 
Bless Mathews's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jun 2008
Location: the underground
Posts: 11,055
Default Re: Week 7 GT

Quote:
Originally Posted by ~primetime~
^^^ quote from an NFL doctor that teams use to predict how injury prone a player is

https://www.google.com/amp/s/syndica...ayers.amp.html


Read that article...understand it...so that you don't come of retarded


Jj Watt And gronk are the EXACT OPPOSITE of EVERY POINT In that MODEL.


I’m not ignorant.

Obviously there are factors that will make some players A COUPLE PERCENTAGE POINTS more likely to get hurt.

And then, in football, DUMB STYLE OF PLAY, (rg3, Andy luck ) will add Even more percentage of injury. Way more.

But then gronk and jj Watt get injured ALL THE TIME. Smh

Adrian Peterson fell down in the draft because of college injuries.

He had major injury in nfl.

Jeez. That guy MUST HAVE FRAGILE BONES AND MUSCLE FIBERS.

That model PROVES AP is a weak human.

Has to be.

Right????



Gtfo bro.

Take a seat
Bless Mathews is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-25-2017, 12:45 AM   #93
ballinhun8
Bulls | Bears | W. Sox
 
ballinhun8's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jun 2006
Location: Ehhhh, BANDWAGON BOSTON
Posts: 5,988
Default Re: Week 7 GT

I can't believe you're arguing a point that you just completely don't understand.



I get you're a groupie for the so called "guys in the league" so you hold them to this pedestal that they are gods amongst men but any guy can be a gym rat, workout everyday and night and the first time they get into a fight, get KTFO. Same thing with some of these players. All the physical attributes but they are the ones that when they put the pads and helmets on, there bodies can't take the impact.


PT said it in probably the 12th thread you created about this but Kevin White, perfect example. Different injury every year since he was drafted yet they have all put him on the shelf for the entire year. The guy is the definition of injury prone.


Big whoop if Watt and Gronk are big boys, Gronk is one of the most fragile players in the league. People here talk all the time or just putting him in bubble wrap and saving him just for the playoffs. Every time he is tackled below the belt you should see the expression these Pat's fans get. Because..........he's a player prone to injury
ballinhun8 is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-25-2017, 01:13 AM   #94
Bless Mathews
454 Dumper
 
Bless Mathews's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jun 2008
Location: the underground
Posts: 11,055
Default Re: Week 7 GT

Quote:
Originally Posted by ballinhun8
I can't believe you're arguing a point that you just completely don't understand.



I get you're a groupie for the so called "guys in the league" so you hold them to this pedestal that they are gods amongst men but any guy can be a gym rat, workout everyday and night and the first time they get into a fight, get KTFO. Same thing with some of these players. All the physical attributes but they are the ones that when they put the pads and helmets on, there bodies can't take the impact.


PT said it in probably the 12th thread you created about this but Kevin White, perfect example. Different injury every year since he was drafted yet they have all put him on the shelf for the entire year. The guy is the definition of injury prone.


Big whoop if Watt and Gronk are big boys, Gronk is one of the most fragile players in the league. People here talk all the time or just putting him in bubble wrap and saving him just for the playoffs. Every time he is tackled below the belt you should see the expression these Pat's fans get. Because..........he's a player prone to injury


That’s the dude. !! Kevin white. His bones were brittle

Read:

Even the strongest, most fit , players get injured. And frequently

People just pick and choose who is “injury prone”

Sam Bradford is “injury prone” but gronk just gets hurt all the time.

That’s the perception

Everything that would point to a player NOT being injured and they still do.

All the time. Period.

My main point:

Greater percentage of injuries are unavoidable and bad luck compared to being “prone”

Period. Point blank.



AP was hurt in college. Slipped. Got hurt in pros.

Isn’t that the definition of being injury prone???



AP is a FUCCIN chiseled super human.

ITS FUCCIN FOOTBALL. ITS VIOLENT. YOU GET HURT.

FUCC
Bless Mathews is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-25-2017, 01:22 AM   #95
~primetime~
~the original p.tiddy~
 
~primetime~'s Avatar
 
Join Date: May 2009
Location: ~dallas,texas~ team: ~cowboys~
Posts: 22,251
Default Re: Week 7 GT

The difference between Emmitt Smith and Darren McFadden isn't "luck"

Peterson really hasnt missed that much football due to injury. He was suspended a year. I don't think anyone views him as injury prone. Being injured once or twice doesn't make you injury prone. Its people who are constantly injured year after year.
~primetime~ is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-25-2017, 01:28 AM   #96
~primetime~
~the original p.tiddy~
 
~primetime~'s Avatar
 
Join Date: May 2009
Location: ~dallas,texas~ team: ~cowboys~
Posts: 22,251
Default Re: Week 7 GT

The NFL also has just about all body types. The smallest player is 165 lbs...biggest player is 365 lbs

Obviously there is going to be some difference there
~primetime~ is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-25-2017, 06:22 AM   #97
Nanners
hugh mungus what?
 
Nanners's Avatar
 
Join Date: May 2009
Location: oregon
Posts: 7,549
Default Re: Week 7 GT

obviously there are many factors that determine whether or not a given athlete gets injured - play style, conditioning, genetics, luck...etc. that said, its undeniable that some players seem to be far more likely to get injured than others.

in the nfl, being lucky is particularly important, even the sturdiest dudes get hurt eventually. in other sports however, like basketball for example, it is blatantly obvious that some players are more "injury prone" than others. lebron is currently ranked 4th among all active nba players for minutes played, and the players ahead of him have all played ~3 more seasons than he has. lebron also has a very physical play style and has taken a LOT of monster hits (by nba standards) during his years of driving into the paint....yet despite all the minutes played and hits sustained, lebron has never had a serious injury in his career - never torn a single ligament, never broken a bone... aside from a mild ankle sprain here and there he has been bulletproof.

then you have guys like anthony davis, eric bledsoe, bradley beal, chandler parsons, gallo, embiid, oden....who all have ligaments and bones made out of paper mache

Last edited by Nanners : 10-25-2017 at 06:32 AM.
Nanners is offline   Reply With Quote
This NBA Basketball News Website Sponsored by:
Reply


Thread Tools

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

vB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off
Forum Jump


All times are GMT -4. The time now is 05:15 AM.




NBA BASKETBALL FORUM KEY LINKS:
InsideHoops Home
NBA Rumors
Basketball Blog
NBA Daily Recaps
NBA Videos
Fantasy Basketball
Search Site

FOLLOW US
Twitter
Facebook


















Powered by vBulletin Version 3.5.4
Copyright ©2000 - 2017, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. Terms of Use/Service | Privacy Policy