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Old 11-25-2022, 05:10 PM   #1
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Saints Friday Injury Report: 2022 Week 12 vs. San Francisco 49ers

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Re: Saints Friday Injury Report: 2022 Week 12 vs. San Francisco 49ers

Payton Turner is injured. You've gotta' be careful celebrating too early. I guess we can all celebrate when he's not injured. I am a little concerned about the number of injuries in his first two years. What is the deal with our strength and conditioning? Something has to give. And I don't mean one of the joints on our players. LOL
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Re: Saints Friday Injury Report: 2022 Week 12 vs. San Francisco 49ers

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Payton Turner is injured. You've gotta' be careful celebrating too early. I guess we can all celebrate when he's not injured. I am a little concerned about the number of injuries in his first two years. What is the deal with our strength and conditioning? Something has to give. And I don't mean one of the joints on our players. LOL
Strength and conditional have nothing to do with most of the injuries. Seriously. Most of our injuries have been simply bad luck. Any amount of strength and conditioning couldn't prevent them from happening.
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Re: Saints Friday Injury Report: 2022 Week 12 vs. San Francisco 49ers

Turner's injury was the epitome of "bad luck"
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Re: Saints Friday Injury Report: 2022 Week 12 vs. San Francisco 49ers

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Turner's injury was the epitome of "bad luck"
Exactly, as was both of Thomas', Penning's, Harty's, Jordan's, etc. No amount of top level "strength and conditioning" can prevent most injuries. Three hundred pound men rolling up on your leg, stepping on your foot, falling on your chest or back will cause damage to anyone.
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Exactly, as was both of Thomas', Penning's, Harty's, Jordan's, etc. No amount of top level "strength and conditioning" can prevent most injuries. Three hundred pound men rolling up on your leg, stepping on your foot, falling on your chest or back will cause damage to anyone.

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