The DRKest Roe
At least not without a bubble system like the NBA used.
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NBA/WNBA/MLS/NHL all ran successful bubbles. Baseball has had a few hiccups, but they're largely ok because the nature of that sport is just nobody standing near anyone most of the time anyways. But Football is in this unique position in team sports where there's just way too many players on each team, and they're just completely all over each other and in each other's faces while they play and practice. There's just way too many variables and proximity to guard against. We're already seeing cancelled NFL games; NCAA is going to be a shit show in contrast, I dunno what these college presidents are thinking. I do know what they're thinking: it's $$$$$ over the lives of their students.Maybe starting sports back up in the mddle of a pandemic was a terrible idea.
Oh we would have definitely missed that field goal.The Vikings offense had been tearing through Seattle the whole game- I understand the decision to run the ball there. Sometimes even when you make the right decision, the other team just beats you on the play.
Also it's not like FGs are automatic either, as we should be well aware of from a certain other Seattle/Minnesota game from a few years back.
Meybe so, but Arizona is also pretty darned good too. I'm thinking Kyler Murray might have made a good decision to stick with football.The Seattle Seahawks defense is pretty bad y'all.