There Is More Injuries IN Football Than Hockey, Hockey Has Less
Hockey is a lot more dangerous than football. But football is still reallly dangerous.
yes, because we have more padding and guards against pucks.
That depends on your tastes. In my personal opinion, hockey is far better than football. It's more fun to watch and play. Hockey has so many more exciting things than football.
That's a hard question, because some times football is more brutal and other times hockey is more brutal. It depends on what the situation is.
Yah Right lol There are way more footballfans then hockey fans
Yes, Hockey is more popular then (American) football on a global scale. The United States are the only country that plays this kind of football and hockey is played in over 25 Countries.
Yes. Hockey players are tougher, so they don't need all that padding even though they are falling on ICE. Hockey pads are for blocking shots mostly with a little impact protection.
hockey and football.
football, baseball, basketball, hockey, golf
You start backwards, you know you have 80 baseball so that makes 40 football. 20 basketball, and 40 hockey.
The best reason is that no football scores are accidental.
A (gridiron) football helmet is much heavier than an (ice) hockey helmet, and much thicker. A hockey helmet does not have the full ear protection and adjustable padding of gridiron football helmets, so that it is much lighter. A gridiron football helmet is the heaviest of all common helmets, typically weighing around three kilograms or 6.5 pounds. That is even heavier than a typical motorcycle crash helmet. This high mass allows gridiron football helmets to absorb impacts from very fast blockers who typically weigh around 150 kilograms or 340 pounds today and will deliberately and consciously ram into each other during line play trying to protect or sack the quarterback. In contrast, ice hockey helmets - other than those used by goalkeepers - weight around 0.8 kilograms with a plastic face mask and professional models can weigh as little as 350 grams, which is no heavier than a standard bicycle helmet. Ice hockey helmets do not have the thick adjustable padding of gridiron football helmets; instead, they have a thin, flexible polymer inside that absorbs repeated contact not from helmet-to-helmet contact as found in gridiron football, but from high sticks or stray pucks. <a href="http://www.weetect.com/products/helmet-visor/hockey-helmet-visor/">weetect helmets for hockey</a>
Nothing. You will be faster, and will feel the paintballs more than with padding.
It depends what you mean by "harder." foot ball is more physically damaging to the body. Hockey requires more stamina, since hockey players actually play more, where as footballers stand around alot when they're on the feild.
football is more popular than football!
Rugby - Little padding, longer studs tackling and not barging great players and excellent social life - what more could you ask for
Hockey is more popular by 7000 teams
This is actually a harder question to answer than it seems. The only answers than can be given are opinion-based, so therefore take any answer given with a grain of salt. That being said, this is a really close call. Both sports are very physically demanding and the probability of injuries is very high. Football offers better safety equipment, but Hockey is near-constant movement and action. In the end, I'll give a oh-so-slight edge to football, as there are more impacts in a shorter amount of time than hockey. Honestly though, this could go either way.
Panthers, Giants, Cardinals, Rangers
It would probably be hockey. You need to learn to skate, skate with a stick, control the puck. In football, you have to learn to throw/catch the ball, but running is easier than skating.
A bombshell bra is a bra with a lot more padding, than a usual bra. The extra padding makes your breast look bigger.