The NFL Preseason is a go – but should fans worry about the health of their teams?
We host Dr. Kyle Trimble for an in-depth discussion about the effects of a truncated off-season on injuries in the NFL. We dive into Kyle’s knowledge of what it takes to avoid injury as an athlete at the NFL level, how that learning curve might be fairly steep, & take a deep dive into the concept that teams that according to fans are “snakebit” with injuries might just be poorly coached.
Then we take a look at the 2020 Buffalo Bills, and discuss how we see the team in terms of preparation for this shortened off-season & why we think they might be one of the NFL’s most physically & mentally prepared squads to start 2020!
Our soft tissue injury episode from 2016!
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