NFL teams with a higher number of disabled players who went through the 2019 season have won fewer games than their healthy counterparts. That is not shocking, but a deeper dive into the statistics of injuries shows that there is no simple correlation between gambling on NFL games or overall season winning.
The raw numbers are staggering, and help explain why in professional football parity is so widespread. The NFL's 32 teams reported a total of 4,732 injuries in 2019, with 1,297 individual players injured, according to NFL.com. It helps us to understand why teams at the end of the season can look so much better or worse than they did back in September.
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