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It’s the right thing to do.  If the situation improves they can always announce ticket availability in the future.   Besides, the anti-masker vs. masker confrontations would have split the fanbas

Murphy isn't the problem.  People are.  And the same people who won't take distancing and/or mask precautions on the beach, eating dinner outdoors, or simply walking around town in the suburbs are the

No fans, meh.  Loss of KRL Camp Notes, unbearable.

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7 minutes ago, Rhg1084 said:

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Notice which logo is on the left (i.e. listed first in the "reads left to right" western world.) :-k

Notice which team name is listed first throughout.  :-k

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5 minutes ago, Warfish said:

Notice which logo is on the left (i.e. listed first in the "reads left to right" western world.) :-k

Notice which team name is listed first throughout.  :-k

Notice who made this post 😝

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6 minutes ago, SAM SAM HE'S OUR MAN said:

Time for those stale pretzels on the couch ,  dude .

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Going to do some research, looks like there are some designer gourmet options.

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12 minutes ago, nico002 said:

“Will play”

season confirmed 

also, nothing there regarding the entire 2020 season having no fans 

I'm actually less worried about fans at the stadium and more concerned about player safety allowing for rosters to not get ravaged by outbreaks.  I thought for sure the NFL would take the lead on doing it the right way with a secure bubble, full N95 facemasks, fines, testing, etc. and I'm seeing the exact opposite.

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Well it’s understandable , yet with today’s environment I’m losing interest in following US sports! Hope all are well. If the Jets stick to just talking football and interviews are based on just the game and the game plan I might get excited again.


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20 minutes ago, Warfish said:

Notice which logo is on the left (i.e. listed first in the "reads left to right" western world.) :-k

Notice which team name is listed first throughout.  :-k

Noticed that as well.  Looks like it depends on where you got it.  Jets site had it flipped with themselves first.

 

 

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26 minutes ago, SAR I said:

It’s the right thing to do.  If the situation improves they can always announce ticket availability in the future.  

Besides, the anti-masker vs. masker confrontations would have split the fanbase.  Best we just watch on TV for awhile. 

SAR I

We get to eat pretzels and sit on our couches.  Will be odd.  

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8 minutes ago, Lupz27 said:

Nobody knows what the right way is.

Agreed, but one would think that the NFL has distinct advantages that could give them a big advantage over all the other major sports:

1.  Only 1 game per week.

2.  Helmets and face protection already part of the sport.

Quarantine bubble and N95 headgear and they'd have a great shot at getting a whole season in.  I can't believe they aren't going in either direction and instead having player union issues over lack of a plan.  Linemen spitting in each other's faces for 3 hours and then supposed to go home to the wife and kids?  Makes no sense.

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5 minutes ago, Lot K Tailgaters said:

We get to eat pretzels and sit on our couches.  Will be odd.  

It's sort of like road games.  But when we're home.  It's going to feel really strange.  I hope they pump some crowd noise in.  Watching Yanks/Mets the other day was weak. 

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38 minutes ago, Warfish said:

Notice which logo is on the left (i.e. listed first in the "reads left to right" western world.) :-k

Notice which team name is listed first throughout.  :-k

Alphabetical?

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Whole thing just sucks.  Period.  Unfortunately between worrying whether my kids will be allowed to go back to school and this nightmare political climate I just can't muster much care one way or the other on whether fans will be in stands or even if games will be played at all.  What will not be remotely fair is if a season is played with fans in some stadiums and none in others and the impact on the competitive landscape that would result. 

Democrat states no fans no home field.  Republican states home field advantage regardless of how bad they are being hit by this virus.  Gambling will be interesting as well with home field usually worth 3 points.  Hoping for some kind of health improvement so that I can start to get excited about sports again.  Season tickets for 30 years tough habit to break!

 

 

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51 minutes ago, SAR I said:

It’s the right thing to do.  If the situation improves they can always announce ticket availability in the future.  

Besides, the anti-masker vs. masker confrontations would have split the fanbase.  Best we just watch on TV for awhile. 

SAR I

Agreed just wondering how much I even really care about this (NFL Football) anymore. I don’t think I’ll know for sure until I try watching it 

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1 hour ago, Lot K Tailgaters said:

While I don’t know the costs of running a stadium on gameday I’m not sure if 20% capacity is even profitable for a team.  

..it's not   :unsure:

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