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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Tricky, Apr 4, 2020.
Why? We already know what an empty stadium looks like. We’ve all seen Jags home games.
They could do what the Patriots do and pump in crowd noise
That was different. This situation has escalated tremendously since then. Most people would understand now.
I agree on that. Right about now I would be excited to watch hockey (even though I've never watched a hockey game in my life). Just so deprived from sports right now and it's making me insane.
Better than not playing it all. No March Madness sucked!
No one has stuff to do. If the season somehow does not get the axe but they play with no crowds that means crap is still bad. If that is the case people would be clawing at the walls to watch something.
Yeah I love me some March Madness.
If it gets that bad, I don't think there will be an NFL season.
Viewership would go up likely for the 100k’s of fans that can’t go.
Atlanta is the only stadium that would still have home field advantage. (For those that don’t get this, look up the “other” team that got in trouble during deflate gate)
I would see more popular teams having. Issue with this in general but the stadiums that are already filled with away fans improve.
I guess Tennessee gets a bonus.
The Covid antibody test will likely be ready by the end of the month. I’m guessing widespread antibody testing will begin in May or June. There will also be a registry of people who have already had Covid and recovered.
By September 10th when the season is slated to open, there will likely be millions of Americans with immunity and scientists should have confirmed immunity levels by then.
In all likelihood, there will be a list of immune people by then that can attend games. Make tickets a bit more affordable and they should be able to at least mostly fill stadiums.