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How did they win despite of Mark sanchez when he threw 7 game winning TD'S this season and did everything. the running game only scored 6 TD'S this season.
A quick search shows the term chronic traumatic encephalopathy has been used in published medical literature for decades, not only before Omalu supposedly named it in 2002, but before he even came to America.
Chronic traumatic encephalopathy in boxers.Sabharwal RK, Sanchetee PC, Sethi PK, Dhamija RM.J Assoc Physicians India. 1987 Aug;35(8):571-3
Neurologic aspects of boxing.
Jordan BD. Arch Neurol. 1987 Apr;44(4):453-9.
Does Swedish amateur boxing lead to chronic brain damage? 2. A retrospective study with CT and MRI.
Haglund Y, Bergstrand G.
Acta Neurol Scand. 1990 Nov;82(5):297-302
The neuropsychiatric aspects of boxing.
Int J Psychiatry Med. 1995;25(3):249-62.
I completed the article about the prospects that you asked for. I hope you like it.
I guess I can include the lineups in the preview. Although, I just put the lineups out now.
I didn't get to see the rest of the comment you sent me...something about lineups?
I wanted to let you know I'm writing for a new website as well. The site is Mr. Mets Daily and it can be found at http://www.mrmetsdaily.com/. There is content available on there that is not on Bleacher Report.
Here are two Mets stories I thought you might enjoy reading. The first is a behind the scenes look at putting together the new Hall of Fame and museum that opened in April, and the second is an interview with the man who owns the Mookie Wilson ball that got through Billy Buckner's legs. It is a pretty good story that I hope all Mets fans will enjoy.
Any feedback would be fantastic.