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  • He wasn't even staggered!

    Although the NFL has rightly started worrying about concussions, the application of the rule is inconsistent at best. Taylor wasn't staggering around like Case Kennum, and he wasn't hit hard like Cam Newton, neither of which had to come out of the game. Luckily Taylor was alright and was able to continue, but I think the NFL needs to get more consistency in their rules.

  • If there is any suspicion of a concussion, the best interest of the player should be taken into consideration.

    This is why NFL teams are equipped with back ups. If he had been allowed to stay in the game, with a concussion, it could have meant serious long term effects. A couple of plays out of the game to make sure he is OK should be the priority of the team and referees.

  • No, Tyrod Taylor should not have been left in the game

    No, Tyrod Taylor should not have been left in the game. The concussion protocol for the NFL states that he should have been taken out of the game. The NFL should be doing more to help the players' health, and taking them out when things like that happen is a good start.

  • No, Tyrod Taylor should not have been left in the game.

    No, Tyrod Taylor should not have been left in the game because he may have been too seriously injured to return. Players' health should come before a victory. He wants to live a long, healthy life after retiring from the NFL; therefore, coaches should think of his future before the score.


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