In playing Blood Bowl against the computer one of my goals has been to injure their entire team so that they cannot field a single player. It is not an easy thing to do. Partly there is the issue of getting all of their players off of the field at all, which is quite a challenge, but even if you achieve that many of their players will be knocked out rather than injured. They aren't playing right now but they can wake up and come back on!
I played a lot of Blood Bowl 1 and I don't think I ever achieved my goal. I remember getting a goblin team down to a single player left with fifteen players injured but that last player was stubborn and would only get KOd instead of injured.
I haven't played nearly as much BB2, but today I managed to completely clear the enemy team off the field permanently. I was playing in my small experimental league with only four teams, trying to find out what would happen if I built a team purely to kill as many opponents as possible. Would the computer be able to survive in the long run with me in the league?
You are unable to field any players. Both players lose two turns and the opponent scores one touchdown.
What? It is the enemies that cannot field any players, not me! Thankfully what happened was the game instantly ended, I was awarded two touchdowns to win 5-0, and things continued on. I guess they didn't often get to test the error messages that happen when a team is completely injured out of the game so they let this slightly erroneous one slip through. I was curious what kind of team they would have left after this debacle, and here is what they were going to field for the next game.
Also notice the Saurus with 4 Movement Allowance. He also has a niggling injury, courtesy of yours truly. The Skink with a penalty to Agility and Armour Value has a niggling injury too!
I checked later on to see what happened in that game, and the Scale of the Sun, despite having only two players, won the game 1-0. The computer does not take into account team composition when figuring out who wins games between the AIs, it would seem.
So now I know what happens when you play a team of brutal killers in a four team league. Eventually you absolutely destroy a team and leave them with a collection of horrifically injured players and not nearly enough of those to field a legal team.
For some reason accomplishing this makes me feel good about my life choices.