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HarthorneWingo wrote:Is there really going to be an NFL season? I haven't been following.
Guy in my apartment complex works for NFL films monitoring games. Say unless someone DIES from Covid greedy owners will play on.
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bwgood77 wrote:HarthorneWingo wrote:bwgood77 wrote:
Yes, kicks off on Thursday night.
Empty stadiums, I take it.
Most for at least Sept, a handful at 25% capacity, and at least one with no fans the whole year.A team-by-team look at the policies for NFL fans attending games in the 2020 regular season. (As of Sept. 5, 2020).
Arizona — No fans in September for two games, against Washington and Detroit.
Atlanta — No fans in September. Affects two games, on Sept. 13 against Seattle and on Sept. 27 against Chicago.
Baltimore — No fans for the start of the season.
Buffalo — No fans in September. Affects two games, on Sept. 13 against New York Jets and on Sept. 27 against Los Angeles Rams.
Carolina — No fans for season opener on Sept. 13, hopeful of fans in October.
Chicago — Team plans no fans for the start of the season.
Cincinnati — No fans for home opener on Sept. 13. State allowing 6,000 fans at Oct. 4 and Oct. 25 games.
Cleveland — State permitting 6,000 fans at Sept. 17 home opener against Cincinnati, Oct. 27 against Washington.
Dallas — Announced plans for limited capacity for all games.
Denver — No fans for home opener on Sept. 14 against Tennessee.
Detroit — No fans for first two games, against Chicago on Sept. 13 and New Orleans on Oct. 4.
Green Bay — No fans for first two games, against Detroit on Sept. 20 and Atlanta on Oct. 5.
Houston — No fans in September. Affects only Sept. 20 game against Baltimore.
Indianapolis — No more than 25% capacity at games this season. Will have 2,500 fans maximum at opener on Sept. 20.
Jacksonville — Plans to have fans at about 25% of capacity at all games.
Kansas City — Plans to have fans at about 22% of capacity at all games (approximately 16,000).
Las Vegas — No fans for 2020 season.
Los Angeles Chargers — No fans indefinitely in 2020 season.
Los Angeles Rams — No fans indefinitely in 2020 season.
Miami — Maximum of 13,000 fans will be allowed at the regular-season opener on Sept. 20 against Buffalo.
Minnesota — No fans at home games in September. Affects two games, on Sept. 13 against Green Bay and on Sept. 27 against Tennessee.
New England — No fans at home games in September. Affects two games, on Sept. 13 against Miami and on Sept. 27 against Las Vegas.
New Orleans — No fans for opener on Sept. 13 against Tampa Bay, have not ruled out fans on Sept. 27 against Green Bay.
New York Giants — No fans “until further notice.”
New York Jets — No fans “until further notice.”
Philadelphia — No fans “until further notice.”
Pittsburgh — No fans for first two homes games, vs. Denver and Houston.
San Francisco — No fans for Sept. 13 opener against Arizona.
Seattle — No fans for at least first three home games, on Sept. 20 against New England, on Sept. 27 against Dallas and on Oct. 11 against Minnesota.
Tampa Bay — No fans for first two home games, on Sept. 20 against Carolina and on Oct. 4 against the Los Angeles Chargers.
Tennessee — No fans in September. Affects only Sept. 20 game against Jacksonville.
Washington — No fans for 2020 season.
Probably for the best. Why should Jets’ fans be suckered into buying tickets for this team. Over 50 years since we’ve been to a SB.