Injury prone?

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The Who

Journey Man
This may be my Manly bias showing through but I perceive us to have a lot of injury-prone players. I welcome a statistician to confirm or refute my perception.
Follows is my injury/availability assessment of some of our current players:
Turbo = 40% available
Tent = 55%
Alaoi = 55%
The Lawman = 45%
Burbo = 55%
I'd image an average availability 'pass mark' for an NRL player would be 75% (available for three out of every four matches). Over the years we've had warhorses such as Lyons, Lyon, Beaver, Tooves and Ballin, and currently DCE (must be 98%), Jurbo and Froggy (must both be 90%) available.
Thoughts?
 

Kiwi Eagle

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BOZO

Journey Man
Tipping Member
team Injuries perspective

Injuries are part of the game
Resilience and over coming adversary and keep winning is part of the character in the team that a Great coach can Inspire
 

Kiwi Eagle

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Is that the cumulative number of weeks players have been injured for (5+ weeks)?
It is yet another reason why Penrith has been so dominant, although the major reason is that they have such a high number of quality players and back-ups.
That’s the total number of 5+ weeks injuries to a player, so of our 42, Tom would have at least 3-4 of those I think

That does illustrate the unbelievable run of Penrith, and also how badly the Tigers and Dragons have performed
 
Team P W L PD Pts
13 10 3 97 24
14 10 4 118 22
14 10 4 78 22
13 8 5 66 20
14 8 6 143 18
13 7 6 81 18
13 7 6 -55 18
14 7 6 42 17
14 7 7 37 16
15 8 7 -8 16
14 7 7 -50 16
14 6 7 13 15
14 6 8 -55 14
13 4 9 -126 12
14 4 10 -121 10
13 3 10 -129 10
13 3 10 -131 10
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