What if you had to choose between playing a game in which your quarterback missed time due to injury, or the playoffs?
How would you choose?
The answer is simple.
Injuries aren’t something you can simply count on.
They’re something that’s going to happen.
That’s because, by nature, injury is a dynamic thing.
A player can go from being injured to playing in a game, and back to being injured again.
The injury will occur in a matter of weeks, months, or years.
It’s also the nature of the game, as quarterbacks and running backs know best.
But with a quarterback who has missed a full season and a running back who is coming off a season-ending injury, it can be very difficult to know what to expect.
There’s also no telling what the outcome of each individual game might be.
There’s also nothing that can be done about the circumstances of the player who suffered an injury.
The quarterback can take a hit, but that can’t be repaired.
That player can sit out a game.
The player who went down in Week 1 can miss another game in the next three weeks.
It’s just the nature and dynamic of the business.
But there’s a way to measure the success of your team.
And the first step is to measure how well your team is performing.
In the NFL, that starts with the statistics, which you’ll find in a few of the sections below.
These stats aren’t really necessary, but they help provide a rough idea of how well the players you’re counting on are doing.
Injury is a real, real thing.
But there are many factors that go into making an injury happen.
If you’re the team that suffered a catastrophic injury, you’re going to have to adjust to that.
And if you’re playing in an injury-ridden environment, you’ll have to start working on getting the players healthy.
So we’ll be looking at each injury to see what’s causing it, and what your team needs to do to ensure that it doesn’t happen again.
The injury chart is just a starting point, but there are several more metrics to get you started.
For starters, you can compare the team’s performance to what it was before a catastrophic loss or a setback.
If injuries are piling up, you may want to compare the number of games missed to the number that were played before a setback, like a missed game in Week 3.
And even though some players might have been hurt before a game or in the preseason, you want to get a sense of how that might impact the outcome.
Injured players can be hurt a lot.
If they’re all in the same injury range, then the team needs a lot of help.
So if you have one or two players out for a game because of a knee injury, that could be a big problem.
It could lead to another injury in the lineup.
If you have three or four injured players, you might want to take a closer look at the player you’re relying on to help fill in.
Is the injury a career-ending one?
Does it make it harder to get the players on the field?
If so, you need to get them to play.
And sometimes injuries come with a cost.
If a player has a knee problem, it could cost a player a game to return to the lineup, which could potentially have the opposite effect.
Finally, if you’ve lost a player to an injury, the rest of your roster could be in a bad place.
You might need to make a trade to get back the players that were injured, but it’s hard to say what the impact of the trade might be when the injury is so severe that it’s impacting the rest, not just the players.
So, when it comes to the injury statistics, this is just one of many steps.
It won’t give you an exact sense of whether you should play a game next week, but you can at least try to figure out which players to start or keep in the starting lineup.