The Solution to the 49ers Injury Problem

Jun 14, 2021 at 5:40 PM--


When a team wants to upgrade its offense, it hires an offensive coach from a team that scores lots of points. When a team wants to upgrade its defense, it hires a defensive coach from a team that gives up a miniscule amount of points. This is standard business in the NFL. So why should teams treat ...Continue reading
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