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"QB's need to stay healthy"

We've all heard the term "QB's need to stay healthy."  How does a QB stay healthy?  How would we break down the dichotomy of whether these injuries can or can't be avoided by the player himself?  The final question - including the pole is;  What percentage of injuries to QB's could have been avoided by the player?

I think a good healthy discussion or debate (depending on how this goes) might help answer some of the questions surrounding such an undefined statement as "stay healthy" for a QB.   I'm hoping at the end of this discussion a reasonable definition of what we mean by "QB's need to stay healthy" can be determined, as I'm sure all sides of this proverbial coin can be debated.

 

Here in Buffalo we have a QB that we've often and for good reason labeled "injury prone".  But is this label a matter of fact, is it avoidable, or have we just resigned to saying that because we don't what else to say? 

Just another great fan opinion shared on the pages of BuffaloRumblings.com.

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