It's Time To Limit Tackling In Youth Football
Why We Created This Video
The average tackle in football can deliver more G-force than a roller coaster, space shuttle launch, and F-16 fighter jet roll combined. And the hardest hits in the NFL can deliver over 2x the G-force required to cause a concussion.
A concussion is a serious brain injury, and concussions in sports are a public health emergency. With 1 in 20 children involved in football suffering a concussion each season, it’s time that state governments take action to limit, or ban tackling in youth football.
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