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NFL to release schedule dates on May 9th

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April is going to be a long month for many reasons. Luckily we have the draft and thanks for the update on the schedule release in May.

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I'm glad the year of March is over.  Can't wait until the decade of April to be over with.  The NFL should release the schedule over a 17 day time frame.  The sportsbooks can take daily bets of who we're going to play next.  I'll take home against the Pats at +1400 for our opener.

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NFL knows this virus wont last years like the henny - pennys are proclaiming. It will run its course and life will get back to normal.

 

 

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55 minutes ago, Buffalo_Stampede said:

Aren't we supposed to all be zombies by then? I thought I saw that on the news.

I thought it was ghouls.

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13 minutes ago, Mark Vader said:

I thought it was ghouls.

 

Terminator runs the Deep State.

 

 

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38 minutes ago, Buffalo Barbarian said:

 

First week after labor day :beer: 

 

 

College starts on Labor Day weekend.

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2 hours ago, Buffalo Barbarian said:

NFL knows this virus wont last years like the henny - pennys are proclaiming. It will run its course and life will get back to normal.

 

 

You mean the doctors?  Yeah, What do they know.

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5 hours ago, ALLEN-2-DIGGS-TD!! said:

I hope we open at home against the Patriots. Let's settle this thing week 1.

 

That is the week 1 matchup I expect. Not sure if home or on the road but I think we play the Pats week 1. 

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Well it would be a good week 1 matchup, and might get a national tv slot.  They usually start and end the season with divisional matchups and we are a better draw with the Pats, than the Jets or Miami.  Those two aren’t going to draw a large national footprint.

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8 hours ago, ALLEN-2-DIGGS-TD!! said:

I hope we open at home against the Patriots. Let's settle this thing week 1.

I came here to say this.  Let’s catch them in disarray. Another 31-0 opening day???

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Interesting that they are confident enough to put a schedule out there, but I suppose by May 9 we'll have a better idea as to how effective social distancing measures have been...I still have my doubts about there being a season.

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26 minutes ago, eball said:

Interesting that they are confident enough to put a schedule out there, but I suppose by May 9 we'll have a better idea as to how effective social distancing measures have been...I still have my doubts about there being a season.

 

If they can get training camp going then we will have a season. Everything before that (mini-camp, rookie camp, OTA's) is not happening.

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5 hours ago, purple haze said:

You mean the doctors?  Yeah, What do they know.

For swine flu they projected 50% of the population would be infected and 500,000 deaths in the US. The real numbers were 18% of the population and 12,500 deaths.

 

Projections are always wrong except for demographic projections. Demographics work because there is so little variance and historical trends are very predictive of future trends.

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3 hours ago, machine gun kelly said:

Well it would be a good week 1 matchup, and might get a national tv slot.  They usually start and end the season with divisional matchups and we are a better draw with the Pats, than the Jets or Miami.  Those two aren’t going to draw a large national footprint.

With Brady gone the Pats aura will fade and they won't be the draw they were anymore.

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32 minutes ago, MJS said:

For swine flu they projected 50% of the population would be infected and 500,000 deaths in the US. The real numbers were 18% of the population and 12,500 deaths.

 

Projections are always wrong except for demographic projections. Demographics work because there is so little variance and historical trends are very predictive of future trends.

I hear you.  This isn't swine flu though.  It's a different virus.  But people should 1.  be aware of the potential and 2.  be prepared as much as one can be.  

 

How many people have gotten sick and or died from Covid-19 because someone else wanted to be obstinate and do whatever they wanted to do thinking "it's never as bad as they say?"   It is bad for those people and their families.   And Dr. Fauci just said the virus could come back in the fall.   If it doesn't that's awesome, but there should be preparation from the government functions.  

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