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  1. I agree that the dolphins will be putting Fitzy up for sale but they can afford to wait until a team is desperate. In other words, I doubt they trade him to a team looking for a backup. It will be a playoff bound team who just lost their starter.
  2. From espn, includes the list of infected players: https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/30052771/sources-tennessee-titans-no-positive-covid-19-test-re-open-facility-wednesday
  3. Just as a reminder or to those that have not read the latest understanding from researchers on COVID: "How soon after I'm infected with the new coronavirus will I start to be contagious? The time from exposure to symptom onset (known as the incubation period) is thought to be three to 14 days, though symptoms typically appear within four or five days after exposure. We know that a person with COVID-19 may be contagious 48 to 72 hours before starting to experience symptoms. Emerging research suggests that people may actually be most likely to spread the virus to others during the 48 hours before they start to experience symptoms" source is Harvard Health Publishing https://www.health.harvard.edu/diseases-and-conditions/if-youve-been-exposed-to-the-coronavirus (scroll way down to get to this quote) Now, players are being tested everyday so, if any players caught the virus Monday night, there is reason to hope they will test positive by Saturday. If they do not, and are actually infected, one can feel somewhat reassured the window between not testing positive YET and STILL BEING CONTAGIOUS is a narrow window. To be clear, yes, one can test negative and be contagious but it is more typical that a person tests positive, before having symptoms in this frequent testing environment, prior to being contagious. Having said this, I am furious that these players did this and now the Bills are now at risk playing them this Sunday (however small the risk). -Rich OK, folks, not the right place to discuss covid-19 incubation period, when people start being contagious, or the sensitivity and selectivity of different tests. Somewhere Else, Not Here -mod]
  4. Bills can afford to let John heal....even if 4-6 weeks
  5. Sal now live on WGR. Confirms no news yet on Edmunds
  6. Yep, WGR still updating with the Edmunds fake report (the key is does the twitter feed come from SalCapaccio@SalSports or SalCapaccio@SalSportsWGR....the second one is fake). Stupid stupid stupid.
  7. WGR just stated Edmunds is out. Oooops, now they said they misread a tweet. Idiots.
  8. what are the dimensions of your example?
  9. Yeah, it was the kickers fault. https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/29885830/browns-boot-kicker-austin-seibert-cody-parkey-source-says Does this mean the Jets lost because of their punter? Hmmm
  10. Best part of this game was the tying FG and the unforgettable call, " Holllisssssssss.....Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! HOLY MACKERAL!!!!!" And, yes, going for 2 up by 4 made no sense. None.
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