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To some extent, MMA is less brutal than Queensberry boxing because it ends when it is painful, not when you're bludgeoned into unconsciousness. Not that I enjoy either
Reduce passing. How many injurous hits occur on running plays? In passing you have two players, receiver and QB, whose attention is not on the defenders around them, therefore the expression "defenseless receiver".
I've advocated for a massive overhaul of the PI rules, basically allowing no limit to how far down the field defenders could chuck receivers. I think this would serve the dual purpose of making passing less advantageous vs. running the ball (a balance that needs to be restored), while also making passing plays safer in general (at least for the DBs/receivers) as it would (I believe) keep the two in closer proximity and thus reduce the higher-speed impacts.
How many injurous hits occur on running plays
Were #183 and #184 serious posts?
The linemen headbutting each other every play is no less damaging to the brain.
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