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5 hours ago, Dead Planet said:

Those helmets only help so much...there is a long list of guys with brain injuries in football and hockey....

Ice Hockey is definitely one sport that warrants as much protection as you can get. Sticks and a virtual bullet flying around combined with the speeds they generate on their skates. I'm surprised they don't wear those padded Sumo suits.

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I would like to see all the people doing the violence and destruction get arrested and charged but not all of the people at these events are rioting , usually it is just a few idiots causing trouble BUT when you watch the cops in these situations, they charge the entire crowd and arrest whoever they can get their hands on and that is usually not the ones breaking the law so yes they get released without charges...however in places where to violence has been going on for weeks at every 'protest' they should be charging everyone dumb enough to show up...that might bring an end to the silliness happening in places like Portland...

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5 hours ago, AlphaMale said:

Cause thats not the issue Russ, the issue is black guys being shop by white cops, stop trying to change the subject, everybody knows black men are being hunted down by white cops daily, ask Lebron, he knows, so does Cardi B, 2 of the greatest minds in the black community

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Another Question. 

I guess I can understand the reluctance to use the lateral pass due to the lack of ball handling skills, but the "non-Quarterback" pass seems like another under used weapon. Each team could have two, maybe three capable "Quarterbacks" on any given play depending on the circumstances. It's not complicated, but as with the lateral pass, when it happens it's considered a "Miracle play".

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Just a reminder that I am a shit stirrer.  ;)

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So Darkstone, I just barely read your questions, to say it simply, in American football, the goal is to advance the ball as far as you can get it away from your own goal line, which is the end zone behind you, so any kind of movement backwards is extremely risky, now it happens occasionally, it's not completely dead, some coaches will use all sorts of plays in their playbook with different variations of laterals, this happens frequently in the NCAA, but generally when balls are lateraled, it's tied to some kind of trick play, such as a flea flicker, or a pup dog, the point in American Football that you don't find in any other sport is the forward pass, the lateral is kind of the anti forward pass, which is IMO much more difficult then the lateral to accomplish, for one you can throw much further and much harder forward from a standing position, and since your trying to move away from your own endzone, there's just way to much risk of a disaster, such as someone reading it, someone breaking the line, someone getting in the way, anytime the ball comes loose behind the line of scrimmage is a fumble, and that's dire to the team fumbling it, especially if your in your own territory and the other team recovers it, they just automatically put themselves in scoring range, so there's many good reasons to not lateral in American football, but because of that, when they do lateral the other teams isnt generally expecting it, and it can be effective that way.

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