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This tweet on the death of John Madden could be the 'worst tweet of the year'

Former NFL coach and broadcaster John Madden died on Tuesday at the age of 85:


He will be missed!

He really was “one of the all-time greats”:

And “people will be playing the video game named after him generations to come”:

Now, that brings us to this tweet by @emptywheel who asked, “How many concussions could we have prevented had he not turned brain injuries into a video game?”:


WTF did we just read?!

Ratio in progress:

And is her argument even accurate? Madden NFL was released in 1988:

And this:

It’s one for the record books, that’s for sure:


Does her argument work for other games, too?



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