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Will fans be a part of this season?
Sat May 09, 2020 3:58 pm
  • Honestly, Seattle used to have the best home field advantage in the NFL. That has changed in the last couple of years.

    But will we even have fans at games this year? And if fans aren't allowed would road games be neutral?
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Sat May 09, 2020 4:53 pm
  • Nope
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Sat May 09, 2020 5:22 pm
  • I seriously doubt that there will be no fans at games. WAAAAY too much money at stake.
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Sat May 09, 2020 5:24 pm
  • Giblien wrote:I seriously doubt that there will be no fans at games. WAAAAY too much money at stake.


    Tv is the money maker.
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Sat May 09, 2020 7:20 pm
  • NFL already has their money. the owners will take the hind tit.
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Sat May 09, 2020 7:22 pm
  • Right now, hard to imagine fans in the stands...really?..social distancing at a football game....hAHAHAHAHA
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Sat May 09, 2020 8:13 pm
  • I think it starts out with no fans but there will be some with restrictions towards the end of the season.
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Sun May 10, 2020 12:29 am
  • Unless something changes drastically before the season I can't imagine a full stadium (especially with an idiot governor who would not even allow fishing). I'm not someone that is in fear of the virus and I have been working throughout but seems like a long shot right now. If they limit the crowds to something like 15,000 I'm not interested in going and not sure I would want to go this year if the crowds were normal. I have 4 seats but if the scenario is only getting 1 or 2 seats and being socially distanced I would much rather watch from home. The bar experience (tailgating) would be altered along with public transportation. The worst scenario for me would be leaving the games. I already hate exiting the stadium because you are pressed up against everyone around you. At this point I just want football however they can make that happen.
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Sun May 10, 2020 8:46 am
  • what a giant farce this has been
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Sun May 10, 2020 8:52 am
  • I don't see it happening... at all. No vaccine, no herd immunity, social distancing impossible, 2nd COVID-19 wave expected to coincide with regular flu season... need I go on?

    There will be fans, but not in the stands.
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Mon May 11, 2020 6:39 am
  • Just my own opinion, but I think the first month gets moved to the end. Too much $ is lost w/out people in the stands. But, that's 4 months away, I'll believe fans won't be there when I see it. They will be there, just not in September. Again, MY opinion. None of us know what's gonna' happen.
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Mon May 11, 2020 8:01 am
  • My opinion is they will start the season without fans barring some major breakthrough in treatment or vaccines. NFL is not going to want to accept legal risk for anyone getting sick at games.

    They will struggle to even play a season since even one player sick on a team will quarantine that team for 2 weeks. No way to run a schedule if teams get taken off the board with some sick players. Trying to keep 53 players socially distanced for 5 months is going to be a struggle. How do you even practice?
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Mon May 11, 2020 8:36 am
  • I don't think there will be fans at any sporting event until there's an effective vaccine and/or the virus numbers all of a sudden drop down to next to zero.

    There's just not the capacity for testing 60k people.

    All this equals no fans.
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Mon May 11, 2020 8:52 am
  • Well, at this point I'll take a season w/out fans over no football. And, we will be paid up for 2021. About the only good thing I come up with :?
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Mon May 11, 2020 12:11 pm
  • SoulfishHawk wrote:Well, at this point I'll take a season w/out fans over no football. And, we will be paid up for 2021. About the only good thing I come up with :?


    Admittedly I'd rather have that money in my bank account than the Hawks, but given crappy interest rates it likely makes little difference.
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Mon May 11, 2020 12:55 pm
  • As someone who works in the medical field and exposed to patients that could have the virus on a daily basis I cannot support the idea of having fans in the stadiums. It's even going to be just as problematic for the players, but I'd like to see testing done on like a Saturday and the day of the game. Testing negative one day for the virus doesn't mean that testing positive the next day couldn't happen because it could as I have witnessed on numerous occasions. If a player tests negative both days let him play.

    I would rather watch football on television this year because we are just now at the point of flattening the curve, but what people don't tend to realize is that once we flatten the curve we have to get to a point of no more spreading before we can see a gradual downward trend of this virus not spreading. I am for no fans in the stadium even though it pains me to write this since I am a season ticket holder. Better safe than sorry!
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Mon May 11, 2020 1:21 pm
  • If everything goes peachy, I would guess they aim to start the season on time and the first 4 games have no or limited fans. Then they begin to incorporate more fans as the season continues as they probe risks.

    The biggest danger I see for this season is if a couple players get sick. It won't take much to completely derail the whole structure of the season.

    The NFL is grossly PR-conscious as well, if they feel they are getting a bad image they'll throw in the towel.
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Mon May 11, 2020 1:56 pm
  • I doubt there will be fans in the stands. I don’t live in Seattle but have friends there so I’m a little connected.

    If they don’t allow fans in the link how do you think Seattle will be concerning people on the streets, tailgating, bars open, and all of that by opening day? Would you go down and tailgate and watch in a bar?
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Mon May 11, 2020 2:14 pm
  • zchurch74 wrote:I doubt there will be fans in the stands. I don’t live in Seattle but have friends there so I’m a little connected.

    If they don’t allow fans in the link how do you think Seattle will be concerning people on the streets, tailgating, bars open, and all of that by opening day? Would you go down and tailgate and watch in a bar?


    IMHO it would also be risky unless there are only a certain amount of people allowed in at once and social distancing observed. People congregating on the streets and doing tailgating would have to be controlled by the authorities. I frankly do not see any of that happening by opening day.
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Mon May 11, 2020 2:38 pm
  • i'M WONDERING IF THIS DOESN'T END UP BEING THE FUTURE. nOTHING WILL BE THE SAME AFTER THIS PANDEMIC. tHERE IS NO "GETTING BACK TO NORMAL"...DAMN ALL CAPS, TO LAZY TO RETYPE

    The internet and streaming is the future, it was easy to see before this. These mega stadiums are going to be relics.

    Piping in crowd noise will actually be the thing just like the Hawks were accused of doing.
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Mon May 11, 2020 8:44 pm
  • It will just take a year to get a vaccine and get it to the people. I think things will get back to normal for all sports in the fall of 2021
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Mon May 11, 2020 10:11 pm
  • nrayorr wrote:As someone who works in the medical field and exposed to patients that could have the virus on a daily basis I cannot support the idea of having fans in the stadiums. It's even going to be just as problematic for the players, but I'd like to see testing done on like a Saturday and the day of the game. Testing negative one day for the virus doesn't mean that testing positive the next day couldn't happen because it could as I have witnessed on numerous occasions. If a player tests negative both days let him play.

    I would rather watch football on television this year because we are just now at the point of flattening the curve, but what people don't tend to realize is that once we flatten the curve we have to get to a point of no more spreading before we can see a gradual downward trend of this virus not spreading. I am for no fans in the stadium even though it pains me to write this since I am a season ticket holder. Better safe than sorry!


    I have to agree conditionally. Conditionally because even testing all players plus all staff on gameday could mean 200K tests in a season according to Peter King and Dr. Fauci. Fauci is saying that might not be "piggish" by August and with that I disagree. I'm in the most infected area in my county, and I could take a bike ride to Gilead very easily. It is not like it is biotech deprived here. The number of tests in the whole county so far? Just over 18,000. And there's no free testing available in the county. Not widely publicized, anyway.

    And despite the "piggishness" take what happens if someone does test positive. Players practice as a unit. All those players would have to be quarantined as well as the PS and backups they practiced against. Test positive after your game? Now it's not just everyone in your unit and the PS/backups, it's the players on the other team that may have hit you. If there's a scrum pile? God.
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Tue May 12, 2020 5:22 am
  • MLB is proposing half a season and that proposal is without fans.
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Tue May 12, 2020 9:13 am
  • Largent80 wrote:i'M WONDERING IF THIS DOESN'T END UP BEING THE FUTURE. nOTHING WILL BE THE SAME AFTER THIS PANDEMIC. tHERE IS NO "GETTING BACK TO NORMAL"...DAMN ALL CAPS, TO LAZY TO RETYPE

    The internet and streaming is the future, it was easy to see before this. These mega stadiums are going to be relics.

    Piping in crowd noise will actually be the thing just like the Hawks were accused of doing.


    All viruses go away eventually, that's the nature of viruses. They hit, then change, then hit again, come back, go away, etc.

    So no this isn't forever, it's until we can get an effective vaccine, and more importantly get it to everyone on the planet. So it's not a matter of if, just a matter of when. Could be six months, could be six years. Who the hell knows.

    In the mean time, every sporting event is going to be weird without fans. But I think the large majority of sports fans just want sports, in whatever capacity that is until we can all go back to sporting events safely.
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Tue May 12, 2020 12:47 pm
  • NHRA drag racing will return this summer and that is good news for me. Especially since the Houston event is always in April, now its in October which will be way better weather wise.
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Tue May 12, 2020 2:57 pm
  • Sgt. Largent wrote:
    Largent80 wrote:i'M WONDERING IF THIS DOESN'T END UP BEING THE FUTURE. nOTHING WILL BE THE SAME AFTER THIS PANDEMIC. tHERE IS NO "GETTING BACK TO NORMAL"...DAMN ALL CAPS, TO LAZY TO RETYPE

    The internet and streaming is the future, it was easy to see before this. These mega stadiums are going to be relics.

    Piping in crowd noise will actually be the thing just like the Hawks were accused of doing.


    All viruses go away eventually, that's the nature of viruses. They hit, then change, then hit again, come back, go away, etc.

    So no this isn't forever, it's until we can get an effective vaccine, and more importantly get it to everyone on the planet. So it's not a matter of if, just a matter of when. Could be six months, could be six years. Who the hell knows.

    In the mean time, every sporting event is going to be weird without fans. But I think the large majority of sports fans just want sports, in whatever capacity that is until we can all go back to sporting events safely.


    There may never be a vaccine. We just don't know enough to absolutely assume there will be. There is pretty good hope that we can effectively treat the virus instead of the symptoms in severe cases; that's most likely the best place to put your hopes at this point.

    Your description of viruses going away is a little odd, given the history of things like smallpox.
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Tue May 12, 2020 5:40 pm
  • Life will go on. Their may be a new normal but it will get back to normal eventually. People who supported the lock down are now starting to be upset at how long the lock down is.


    I think Phase 2 would be cool rn. However it seems washington is mid july if perfect. California is pushing for 2021.
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Wed May 13, 2020 7:11 am
  • Nope. I still feel there won’t be any football played anywhere. In fact, any contact sport.
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Wed May 13, 2020 8:57 am
  • bmorepunk wrote:
    Sgt. Largent wrote:
    Largent80 wrote:i'M WONDERING IF THIS DOESN'T END UP BEING THE FUTURE. nOTHING WILL BE THE SAME AFTER THIS PANDEMIC. tHERE IS NO "GETTING BACK TO NORMAL"...DAMN ALL CAPS, TO LAZY TO RETYPE

    The internet and streaming is the future, it was easy to see before this. These mega stadiums are going to be relics.

    Piping in crowd noise will actually be the thing just like the Hawks were accused of doing.


    All viruses go away eventually, that's the nature of viruses. They hit, then change, then hit again, come back, go away, etc.

    So no this isn't forever, it's until we can get an effective vaccine, and more importantly get it to everyone on the planet. So it's not a matter of if, just a matter of when. Could be six months, could be six years. Who the hell knows.

    In the mean time, every sporting event is going to be weird without fans. But I think the large majority of sports fans just want sports, in whatever capacity that is until we can all go back to sporting events safely.


    There may never be a vaccine. We just don't know enough to absolutely assume there will be. There is pretty good hope that we can effectively treat the virus instead of the symptoms in severe cases; that's most likely the best place to put your hopes at this point.

    Your description of viruses going away is a little odd, given the history of things like smallpox.


    Smallpox was officially declared by the CDC as being completely eradicated in 1980.

    https://www.cdc.gov/smallpox/history/history.html

    But I was more talking about the cyclical nature of viruses. They hit, go away........then they come back (flu's usually in the fall/winter).

    There will be a vaccine for Covid-19, probably dozens of them. It's the effectiveness and access that'll dictate when fans will be able to attend live sports again.
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Thu May 14, 2020 8:45 pm
  • viewtopic.php?f=2&t=164376

    Joe Buck says Fox will embrace alternate reality to make sure there is appearance that fans are part of NFL football this season.

    "FOX broadcaster Joe Buck expects the network to pipe fake crowd noise into NFL broadcasts this fall assuming fans won't be allowed in stadiums.

    Buck told Andy Cohen that "it's pretty much a done deal" that the FOX and other networks will do so during the 2020 season.

    He also suggested that virtual fans will be used, so that when a wide shot happens the fans at home will see the appearance of a full stadium."

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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Fri May 15, 2020 5:32 am
  • Heard that yesterday. That is the about as stupid as an idea gets. Fake fans in the seats and pumped in noise? Lame
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Sat May 16, 2020 7:44 am
  • German soccer league is up and running today.

    No fans.
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Sat May 16, 2020 8:55 am
  • SoulfishHawk wrote:Heard that yesterday. That is the about as stupid as an idea gets. Fake fans in the seats and pumped in noise? Lame


    I wholeheartedly agree. It's not going to make us feel "normal." We will all know it is fake. And what exactly are they going to do here? Film low-res footage of fans causing C-link to register an earthquake when in fact there are NO FANS there?

    IF (and that is a big IF) there are games at all, no fans is part of the reality as much as any scoring play is. This isn't Madden, if it were, we would not need games at all.
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Sat May 16, 2020 9:08 am
  • Not that big of an if... German soccer league started today. French, Spanish, Italian in two weeks, english in 4.

    These games typically hold 35-80k, depending on arena.

    Little bit of pumped in noise. Wasn't the same, wasn't terrible.
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Sun May 17, 2020 7:00 am
  • Seahwkgal wrote:Nope. I still feel there won’t be any football played anywhere. In fact, any contact sport.


    UFC has been done 3 fight nights already, without the fans.
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Sun May 17, 2020 3:21 pm
  • Sports Hernia wrote:I think it starts out with no fans but there will be some with restrictions towards the end of the season.

    Its hard to imagine games having no fans. We would all hear exactly whats being called on the field.
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Mon May 18, 2020 11:11 am
  • In Seattle where Politics rule all I doubt we see fans in the seats at all this year.
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Tue May 19, 2020 10:13 am
  • Shanegotyou11 wrote:Life will go on. Their may be a new normal but it will get back to normal eventually. People who supported the lock down are now starting to be upset at how long the lock down is.


    I think Phase 2 would be cool rn. However it seems washington is mid july if perfect. California is pushing for 2021.


    I agree that everything will return to normal eventually. There will be a vaccine developed but it will take some time, I just wished the powers that be jumped on this much sooner. I foresee that it will be incorporated within the flu vaccine that we get on a yearly basis. In the medical field we do have vaccines that have more than just one vaccine in it so this would be no different. Remember, this is just an assumption but it makes sense to me to do it that way.
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Tue May 19, 2020 12:56 pm
  • RCATES wrote:In Seattle where Politics rule all I doubt we see fans in the seats at all this year.


    And Seattle politics is different from any other American city? I'm sure everyone in the US would say their city is too political.

    You won't see fans because 60,000 people in close proximity is a bad idea. Nothing to do with politics really.
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Thu May 21, 2020 10:15 am
  • With no fans in the stands, Pete and Schotty will finally be able to here me yelling at them and telling them what the H*** they need to change, from my spot in front of my TV 50 miles away. So I expect a greatly improved offense this year! :mrgreen:
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Thu May 21, 2020 10:37 am
  • Just heard this morning that if they play the season w/out fans they lose 5.5 billion dollars. Ouch
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Thu May 21, 2020 10:49 am
  • Those greedy bastard NFL owners will still find a way to make a ton of money, even without fans in the stands. I can see it now: “We want our fans to be safe. So for only $29.99 per game, you can watch any game you want from the comfort of your own home!”


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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Thu May 21, 2020 11:42 am
  • James in PA wrote:Those greedy bastard NFL owners will still find a way to make a ton of money, even without fans in the stands. I can see it now: “We want our fans to be safe. So for only $29.99 per game, you can watch any game you want from the comfort of your own home!”


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    I agree. Until a vaccine comes out this is the way its gonna be. I don't think anyone is going to take a chance and let fans in their stadiums...especially here in Washington. King county and Pierce county are real bad with the virus.
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Thu May 21, 2020 12:13 pm
  • SoulfishHawk wrote:Just heard this morning that if they play the season w/out fans they lose 5.5 billion dollars. Ouch


    Maybe they will start appreciating us.
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Thu May 21, 2020 12:58 pm
  • I don't ever feel sorry for Billionaires and Millionaires, but had to pass on that number. Maybe it will wake them up a little.
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Re: Will fans be a part of this season?
Fri May 22, 2020 6:42 am
  • Just make all the fans dress like Marty McFly. Although I'm not sure how you drink or eat in one of those suits.
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