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I'd agree completely if it were a 2-score game. I haven't made up my mind in a one-score game. How often do teams go to the kneel-down with just a one-score lead? I honestly don't know. I think the clock should decide when the game is over, not one of the coaches acting unilaterally. I think you wait for the losing team to surrender, not just have the winning team dictate the end of the game before the clock is out.
When they are ahead, the other team is out of timeouts, and kneel downs can run out the clock? Every. Single. Time. Ask Herm Edwards what should be done in that situation.
But I don't completely buy the injury argument that much either. These guys are in pads for one thing, and in that situation you aren't going to have two guys colliding at full speed or the scenario that most offensive players get hurt in - twisting and reaching for an extra yard. The offensive guy is already trying to go down.
It's not the quarterback who is in much risk of getting hurt. It's the offensive lineman who needlessly have to deal with someone diving into their legs for no reason whatsoever.