What happens when you lose the game, and what happens when the game wins?

You won’t be surprised to learn that the game of football is no match for the field.

That’s because every player on the field is going to be at his or her absolute maximum physical limit, and they are all in the best position to perform.

And that’s exactly what happened at the start of the 2016 season, when the Houston Texans lost their last two games.

It’s the kind of loss that makes even a seasoned NFL veteran question whether he should ever play again.

There’s no way around it: Football is a lot harder to lose than it looks.

In this week’s issue of National Geographic, a team of researchers explores the science behind the statistics and theories behind the game that makes it such a brutal sport.