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  1. I have a feeling it has to do with losing against NFC opponents to improve our playoff tiebreaker position.
  2. Higher mortality rate than the flu? Yes, almost certainly, and by a factor of at least 10. https://www.who.int/news-room/q-a-detail/q-a-similarities-and-differences-covid-19-and-influenza#:~:text=Mortality for COVID-19,quality of health care.
  3. Because this has killed 80000 in 2 months with everyone staying home. If you can't understand that this has a higher rate of infection and a higher mortality rate then this probably isn't the place to get educated. For anyone questioning the science of this disease, please be mindful that my friend died of it last week. He was in his 40s, a father to two young girls and otherwise had been very healthy. This thing is no ***** joke.
  4. Yeah, I still haven't received my refund from the Sabres Devils game I was supposed to see on 4/2, so not really inclined to layout any more $ for a game I'm not likely allowed to attend.
  5. In the case of Fournette there's also an entire organization involved which has consistently shown a remarkable ability to ostracize and alienate their own talent / players.
  6. He's also the guy that ran out of town the best QB of all time (who also happened to have 6 rings.)
  7. Getting back to football, I'm glad they were able to sign Adams, if he can get healthy he could be a huge help.
  8. And it wouldn't surprise me if it gets even bigger if / when they figure out how to play to protect against possible playing time lost to quarantine / illness.
  9. I think Yeldon is a better back at this point in their careers. I also don't think McCoy would agree that he left on good terms.
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