Okay, so it’s an absurd question. But considering that recent headlines have been filled with the negative effects of both smoking weed and brain injuries on teenagers, we at The Cannabusiness Report decided to dig a little deeper on this.

We talked to four prominent doctors, who explained the effects of smoking marijuana during years of brain development could result in an estimated seven-point loss of IQ.

Then again, the effects of football brain injuries on teenagers aren’t exactly reassuring; they lead to lower grades, headache, and emotional problems.

So what’ll it be – grass or the gridiron? Watch this segment to find out, and tweet us your thoughts at the handle of our Chief Cannabis Correspondent: @ryannerz.

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