Readers: The NFL needs to stop players from faking injuries -- and here's how
On Monday, we shared the top twenty tweets spawned by ex-Denver coach Mike Shanahan's Washington Redskins allegedly faking injuries in an attempt to slow down the Broncos.
Some readers felt nothing could do to prevent such a scheme -- but one floated a possible solution.
Ric Cabot Podmore writes:
The solution to this is simple...if a player causes stoppage of the game due to an injury, real or not, they cannot re-enter the game during the current possession.
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