Arizona Cardinals @ Chicago Bears Pregame Thread. 12/17/23-12/23/23

Cheesebeef

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Kyler has time and takes a big sack. Throw the damn ball to Conner!
 

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If this was 1986 & if the former didn’t keep getting injured then sure.

This makes no sense. While ACL repairs have dramatically improved the instances of recurring ACL issues, or suffering another ligament injury as a result of compensating for a weakened ACL are vastly higher than repeated issues from a bone break.

It's still not uncommon for athletes to re-injure an ACL or do the opposite ACL or some other major ligament.

I think you would take a broken foot and collar bone over an ACL too but you can't help but argue.
 

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This makes no sense. While ACL repairs have dramatically improved the instances of recurring ACL issues, or suffering another ligament injury as a result of compensating for a weakened ACL are vastly higher than repeated issues from a bone break.

It's still not uncommon for athletes to re-injure an ACL or do the opposite ACL or some other major ligament.

I think you would take a broken foot and collar bone over an ACL too but you can't help but argue.
Not the collar bone. They are naturally flexible. In some people they are less so and they break. Have seen that injury recurring multiple times over the years
 
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