Thursday, September 11, 2008

Lunar Coordinator Could Help NFL Teams Avoid Injury

COOPER CITY, Fla. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – NFL teams need to add a new position to their starting line-up: “Lunar Coordinator.”

Lunar behavior specialist Jeff Warren says recent season-ending injuries to star players like New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and San Diego Chargers linebacker Shawne Merriman could’ve been avoided if their teams would’ve had a “lunar coordinator,” or moon expert, on hand.

Warren says the moon plays a major part in football, and when the moon is in a bad phase, so are gridiron giants.

When Brady and Merriman got hurt this past Sunday (Sep. 7), he says the moon was in apogee, resulting in a “very tiring day” for the NFL stars.

He explains, “Their biorhythms were off because it was the day of the moon’s first quarter. The coaches should’ve rested them or rotated them more.”

Warren believes adding lunar coordinators to NFL rosters would be wise because they could advise teams on what days to play, when to pass, and when to run, all according to the moon’s position.

He says another bad time to put NFL starters in will be September 21-22, during the moon’s last quarter.

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