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Dolphins reveal Social Distancing Stadium Plans

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11 minutes ago, kevinc855 said:

"Hard Rock Stadium can hold approximately 65,000 fans for a football game, but the Dolphins said they might be down to 15,000 fans for the next season as they adjust to a different setup."

 

 

https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/29131481/dolphins-reveal-plans-host-fans-stadium

So, pretty much normal for them

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44 minutes ago, kevinc855 said:

"Hard Rock Stadium can hold approximately 65,000 fans for a football game, but the Dolphins said they might be down to 15,000 fans for the next season as they adjust to a different setup."

 

 

https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/29131481/dolphins-reveal-plans-host-fans-stadium

15001 including the dolphin. 

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I mentioned this in the other thread I started. the nfl has time to prepare, something the other major sports didn’t have. 

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NFL training camp is expected to start on time in July per Tony Pauline. Virtual training camp is expected to start league-wide on May 11th.

How would a "virtual training camp" work?

Has anyone explained yet how they'd do it?

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Just bring back those food vendors who used to chuck peanuts and cracker jacks at fans.

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47 minutes ago, jbt said:

just don't let in opposing team's fans and having 15000 or less wont be a problem for them

 

with their own fans, they couldn't sell out a high school stadium.

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Just gonna pile on this one - they'd be lucky to fill up 15k without the corona plans

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15,000 sounds like a normal Dolphins home game. They’ve been preparing for this for years.

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Virtual training camps. I could see BB hiring hackers (I mean additional scouts).

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15k out of 65k  in an open air stadium seems pretty sensible. 

I know some are aghast by this, but the reality is that by the time there are games we will have seen beaches, parks, games at other sports venues having been played and we will see what the effect on the spread looks like 14-28 etc.. days later. 

If we open beaches and parks and there is zero uptick, or the numbers drop to near zero there is no reason they can't do something like this. 

People need to remember that while we ramp up the tests we will likely have a drop in cases which means we will have an excess of testing available for precautionary reasons. 

And of course, those that are compromised or just extra careful can just stay home if they choose. There may never be a vaccine. 

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1 hour ago, jbt said:

just don't let in opposing team's fans and having 15000 or less wont be a problem for them

 

It's funny because it's true

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I've been there for the Jets game before and since the remodel and they would be thrilled to fill that place over 50% capacity

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1 hour ago, Jetlife33 said:

I mentioned this in the other thread I started. the nfl has time to prepare, something the other major sports didn’t have. 

Not only that, but the NFL lucked out in somehow falling into the sweet spot of the lockdown/quarantine situation.  The Super Bowl was on February 2nd, just as the coronavirus situation was beginning to be taken seriously.  They essentially ended their season a month before lockdowns started and will look to begin their season a few weeks/months after states begin to ease restrictions, essentially avoiding the entirety of the worst part of the situation.

In a truly horrible situation for the world, for many people and for the economy, the NFL may emerge virtually unscathed with only reduced in-stadium attendance while still garnering massive TV revenue, ad spending, etc. once games start.   And further, they dramatically reduced Draft costs this year by not paying for a huge event, stages, production, security, entertainment, etc. in Las Vegas while seeing a 37% increase in Draft viewership.

The NFL is turning out to be as fortuitous as toilet paper manufacturers last month!

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I recently retired to Florida and actually went to the Jets game last year. The stadium was full, its the NFL, moneymaker.  In 2019, the average attendance at home games of the Miami Dolphins was 63,067. I then actually went up to see the Jets play the Raiders at Metlife, a 34-3 win...loved it even though it was cold and dreary.

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I believe the Dolphags have been practicing social distancing for over 10 years.

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2 hours ago, kevinc855 said:

"Hard Rock Stadium can hold approximately 65,000 fans for a football game, but the Dolphins said they might be down to 15,000 fans for the next season as they adjust to a different setup."

 

 

https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/29131481/dolphins-reveal-plans-host-fans-stadium

do they get many more fans than that unless the jets are playing there?

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