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He had zero snaps on D, so only impact to STs. He was already getting less snaps than Glasgow, and less than last year, so shouldn't be that big of an impact. Going to guess that Speed gets more snaps now.

 

 

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47 minutes ago, EastStreet said:

He had zero snaps on D, so only impact to STs. He was already getting less snaps than Glasgow, and less than last year, so shouldn't be that big of an impact. Going to guess that Speed gets more snaps now.

He must have fallen down in the shower.

 

 

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The covid IR rules are helping this team a ton. Imagine if they were the old IR rules. We would of had to cut some players because guys like Burton would not of went on IR. I hope they keep some of these rules because teams can keep more of their players instead of having to cut them.

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16 minutes ago, Chloe6124 said:

The covid IR rules are helping this team a ton. Imagine if they were the old IR rules. We would of had to cut some players because guys like Burton would not of went on IR. I hope they keep some of these rules because teams can keep more of their players instead of having to cut them.

I would think from an NFLPA standpoint they’d for sure want this in the future, as it really helps protect the little guys more. 

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2 hours ago, Chloe6124 said:

The covid IR rules are helping this team a ton. Imagine if they were the old IR rules. We would of had to cut some players because guys like Burton would not of went on IR. I hope they keep some of these rules because teams can keep more of their players instead of having to cut them.

It's not just this team.... For everyone who believes we're cursed, have you checked out the other injuries around the league? Pretty sure teams like San Fran, or NYJ would trade places with us.....

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