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4 minutes ago, 21isSuperman said:

I'm convinced there's something wrong with the facilities in Indy.  We have significantly more injuries than most other teams each year.  There's gotta be something wrong with the turf in Indy

No. San Diego has more injuries than we do..consistently SD has more than anybody

Bears certainly do....

This year..Minnesota does, too

 

It just seems like we're worse

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Just now, oldunclemark said:

No. San Diego has more injuries than we do..consistently SD has more than anybody

Bears certainly do....

This year..Minnesota does, too

 

It just seems like we're worse

I think San Diego and Indy are the two teams consistently in the top 5 for games lost to injury each year

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Just now, oldunclemark said:

No. San Diego has more injuries than we do..consistently SD has more than anybody

Bears certainly do....

This year..Minnesota does, too

 

It just seems like we're worse

It's the entire league. It's starting to become MLB now, people constantly missing months and months due to lingering injuries...

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1 minute ago, SteelCityColt said:

 

As far as I know SD uses real turf and we used artificial.

San Diego has awful facilities, as is my understanding.  They won't get funding from the city and the Spanos family doesn't want to spend a lot, which is why they're talking about a potential relocation

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