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Titans NOW 20 positive Covid tests and Impacts ] updated 10/3

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I have a bad feeling that its going to go from 3 to 9 to 17 to 24 and then we have a stoppage, if a player dies or is in a induced coma I see the season ending. Health care workers are almost in bubble suits and still getting it, Once you stick the pin in the bubble it pops and the pin was just inserted.

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Vikings seem to be getting the raw end of the stick here.. did nothing wrong but will basically have to be behind the 8 ball going into their next game due to another team's issues.

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9 minutes ago, PaattMaann said:

Dianna Russini from ESPN tweeted about Tennessee shutting down until Saturday, says everything will be done remotely. So makes it sound like if they dont have more widespread cases they will still play this week

That will make for an interesting case study--how well can you install a gameplan and play without live walk-thrus first?

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Just now, NoHuddleKelly12 said:

That will make for an interesting case study--how well can you install a gameplan and play without live walk-thrus first?

 

Indeed.

 

And oh well for the Titans, should have followed protocols and not gotten an outbreak. Deal with the aftermath. Incentive to do what your supposed to be doing. 

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Damn- Was literally just thinking earlier today how good it’s been that there has not been many positive tests since the season started.


Not good news..

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So what's the difference, if there is any, between how the Falcons had one case (which has become a non-issue essentially) and the Titans who seem to want to be the NFL's Marlins?

 

Just dumb luck?

 

Different protocols?

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say goodbye to fans at Bills stadium for the KC game...

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If it's contained to just these 3 players hopefully we can play as normal. If it spread to Vikings or more players this week likely gets canceled and pushed to the end of the season.

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5 minutes ago, SCBills said:

Vikings seem to be getting the raw end of the stick here.. did nothing wrong but will basically have to be behind the 8 ball going into their next game due to another team's issues.

Don't worry. Kirk is always prepared when facing pressure

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7 minutes ago, SCBills said:

Vikings seem to be getting the raw end of the stick here.. did nothing wrong but will basically have to be behind the 8 ball going into their next game due to another team's issues.


My thoughts as well.. I’m curious how long they have to be out before they can come back, assuming no positives. 

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everybody gets tested twice.  today or tomorrow and if they pass they can open the facilities right?  

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1 minute ago, aristocrat said:

everybody gets tested twice.  today or tomorrow and if they pass they can open the facilities right?  

I think after all the testing if no new cases we'll play football this weekend. Hopefully.

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It would appear from watching the players that they practice little social distancing or other precautions. I get that its not very easy to do so on the field of play but they do little on the sidelines to protect themselves which makes you think practices aren't much different. You'd have to think there's more positives coming ... 

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I don’t get why the NFL didn’t just do two universal by weeks. (Say week 6 and 12) thus allowing the option to easily move games if needed. Then, if you get to week 5 and you have no issues, flex a couple games into week six so you don’t miss revenue. 

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Just now, whatdrought said:


My thoughts as well.. I’m curious how long they have to be out before they can come back, assuming no positives. 

We just went through a guy and a girl getting it at work and the union president just sent out a email that said you must be out 4 week before you can return to work. 

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