Despite grass being widely available and easy to grow, mankind is determined to come up with ways to emulate it.
Bills’ attempt to play fake grass, such as real grass, is included through Buffalo news, Adding more filling to the artificial playing surface. On Saturday, coach Sean McDermott explained that filler has been added to the playing surface to improve footing.
For most NFL stadiums, “filling” is an intuitive way of saying “rubber pellets made from commonly used tires are placed on the ground that may or may not be toxic.”
The Bills noticed that there were footing issues between the Buffalo and LA Ram players during the last game played there three weeks ago.
“The thing we came back with was some filler that was put on the turf and adjusted,” McDermott said Saturday. “We will take another look at it today. We are going to get out there and practice, but what I have been told must be good.
It is good to see that the Bills were willing to accept that things are probably not ideal with the field (some teams will double down and refuse to accept an issue) and this is one way to improve. Even though it helps the Chiefs’ receivers make their cut and turn on the jet during Monday night’s game, it also helps the Bills. More importantly, it is the right thing for teams, players and sports.
Here’s hoping that every team with fake grass issues is ready to accept it and what it needs to do to improve it. Even though no organization wrongly views its players as pieces of machine and not as sons, brothers, nephews, husbands, etc., every organization should make a mock grass shape by its players and Feel more secure in your investment. Like real grass, or even better, finding a way to use real grass.