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Field condition/field turf

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    Field condition/field turf

    Is it just me or did it look like the field had too much of the rubber stuff on it? it looked like there wasn't a lot of cutting going on vs slipping. I don't know a lot about field turf but I know that they put a compound on it which is some kind of a ground rubber. Can you put too much on it?

    Thoughts?

     
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    Re: Field condition/field turf


    The Ridley fumble and the Brady interception were both influenced by footing issues.  You're right, the turf condition did play a role today.

     
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    Was it turf condition or shoe/spike choice?

     
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    Did the Pats not warm up on the turf?

    New England deserves a better class Slot Reciever, so I'm going to give it to them. I am the Patriots very own Amendment.

     

    - TheMANdola

     
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    Re: Field condition/field turf

    In response to rtuinila's comment:

    Was it turf condition or shoe/spike choice?




    thats what I was wondering if theres a spike selection for field turf.

     
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    Re: Field condition/field turf

    I don't think spikes (cleats) are allowed on field turf.

     
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    In response to digger0862's comment:

    I don't think spikes (cleats) are allowed on field turf.




    it looked like they wear some kind of cleat, but i don't know

     
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    Re: Field condition/field turf

    In response to Philskiw1's comment:

    In response to digger0862's comment:

     

    I don't think spikes (cleats) are allowed on field turf.

     




    it looked like they wear some kind of cleat, but i don't know

     



    I started a thread about shoe/cleat selection but all I got was a snide remark from tcal.  So he obviously doesn't know. I thought I saw that they have a few different sizes of spikes that can be used on Field-Turf but I  wouldn't want to stake my life on it.

     
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