You hit on a lot of holes in the way study results are presented. It would be interesting to see the number of hamstring/muscle pull and tendon injuries that happen in the offseason compared to those occurred in season. The stress on those particular areas "going in cold" while they are getting back into the swing of things seems far greater than it would after they're deep into the season IMO. I've worked for some big money companies in the past in the construction industry and they are even starting to implement a stretching regimen to begin the day. BP, Conoco Philips, Haliburton they research these things way more in depth than I do. Seems like the evidence is there to me.
Originally Posted by steelz09