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Old 03-15-2007, 01:56 PM    (permalink
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Default Injury Prone Teams

We never factor in injuries when we make predictions of teams and what they'll do the upcoming season. Unfortunately, health is a major factor in determining who is successful in the upcoming year, and is usually the biggest factor in making offseason predictions look horribly mistaken.

However, one thing we do overlook, is the fact that certain teams are more prone to injuries than others.

How? Certain teams have more "injury prone" players on their roster for one, which can result in more injuries. Certain teams have harder practices, tougher divisions usually injure each other etc.

So since its a super slow day, I figured Id make this thread to try something different. Let's see if we can predict to some degree which teams have a more likely chance of getting injured this upcoming year based on the rosters they have along with other factors.

Name the injury prone players on your team, their position, the coach's practice style (long tough/short easy going), and the division the team plays in.

Maybe we can make a top 5 injury prone teams list, and see if they do in fact become injured this upcoming year. Could be interesting.
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