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The Most VIOLENT Football Game the NFL WANTS YOU TO FORGET  

rick315875 64M
13470 posts
10/21/2020 11:50 am

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10/21/2020 12:23 pm

The Most VIOLENT Football Game the NFL WANTS YOU TO FORGET


The truth is that the NFL is a ruthless violent sport. Already we have seen season-ending injury. It is the modern-day Roman gladiator<b> games. </font></b>And the US is modern-day Roman. Which shall soon fall.

Source: Op-Ed

The Most VIOLENT Football Game the NFL WANTS YOU TO FORGET


Every football game that has ever been played has been VIOLENT. But some<b> games </font></b>are more violent than others.

TODAY, given everything we know about concussions, and chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE, the NFL is doing everything it can to make the game LESS violent. Every year the league introduces new rules aimed at REDUCING the risk of serious injuries.

But things were very different 30 years ago.

Back then NOBODY cared about concussions, and teams actually HID injuries from players.

Back then guys told trainers to “TAPE ” broken legs and AMPUTATE mangled fingers so they could get back in the game.

Back then, the more VIOLENCE you had in a football game, the better it was. And no game in the HISTORY of the National Football League featured more bone-crushing, ligament-popping, brain-rattling VIOLENCE than the EPIC showdown between the Los Angeles Raiders and Chicago Bears on November 4th, 1984.

Sources: youtube, Total Pro Sports



redrockrascal 64M
23580 posts
10/21/2020 2:52 pm

I can't disagree with that. But the game itself is fun to watch and play. It is the money aspect that makes it ugly at times.

When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro.

The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.


Tmptrzz 59F  
107039 posts
10/21/2020 1:11 pm

We can never forget some of the most violent games in the NFL as the Raiders lost their QB years ago, so many players lost their NFL careers due to injuries. They need to find a way to help the players deal with these injuries and not to mention maybe some stricter penalties for out right violently hitting other players..

Seduce the mind and see what a wonderful adventure the body will take you on..


rick315875 64M

10/21/2020 12:22 pm

The truth is that the NFL is a ruthless violent sport. Already we have seen season-ending injury. It is the modern-day Roman gladiator games. And the US is modern-day Rome. Which shall soon fall.

Source: Op-Ed

The Most VIOLENT Football Game the NFL WANTS YOU TO FORGET


Every football game that has ever been played has been VIOLENT. But some games are more violent than others.

TODAY, given everything we know about concussions, and chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE, the NFL is doing everything it can to make the game LESS violent. Every year the league introduces new rules aimed at REDUCING the risk of serious injuries.

But things were very different 30 years ago.

Back then NOBODY cared about concussions, and teams actually HID injuries from players.

Back then guys told trainers to “TAPE UP” broken legs and AMPUTATE mangled fingers so they could get back in the game.

Back then, the more VIOLENCE you had in a football game, the better it was. And no game in the HISTORY of the National Football League featured more bone-crushing, ligament-popping, brain-rattling VIOLENCE than the EPIC showdown between the Los Angeles Raiders and Chicago Bears on November 4th, 1984.

Sources: youtube, Total Pro Sports


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