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30 July 2016
- (diff | hist) . . American football; 19:45 . . (-23) . . Toa Nidhiki05 (Reverted to revision 731781339 by Toa Nidhiki05 (talk): You aren't making any sense. Concussions from football are no different than concussions from other sports. (TW))
- (diff | hist) . . American football; 19:20 . . (+23) . . Nbauman (The citation has to mention football. See WP:SYNTH. "If one reliable source says A, and another reliable source says B, do not join A and B together to imply a conclusion C that is not mentioned by either of the sources." A=concussion B=football)
27 July 2016
- (diff | hist) . . American football; 13:47 . . (-23) . . Toa Nidhiki05 (Reverted to revision 731771565 by Nbauman (talk): The citation doesn't need to be about football exclusively. Those are side effects of concussions. (TW))
- (diff | hist) . . American football; 12:19 . . (+23) . . Nbauman (→Safety: WP:OR Merck Manual citation only refers to concussions in general, not concussions in football. There are many WP:MEDMOS articles on concussions in football specifically.)
- (diff | hist) . . American football; 12:16 . . (+342) . . Nbauman (→Safety: Heads Up Football is ineffective.)
26 July 2016
- (diff | hist) . . American football; 23:12 . . (-13) . . Toa Nidhiki05 (Reverted to revision 727985318 by Srednuas Lenoroc (talk): Average attendance and max attendance are different. Source says what was in text. (TW))
- (diff | hist) . . m American football; 18:59 . . (+13) . . Toddtriplemaster (→Leagues and tournaments: I felt that I needed to specify this claim because the referenced article only refers to professional leagues. It does not address the popularity of college football, which has larger stadiums than the NFL.) (Tag: Visual edit)