cancel Titans and Vikings next game?

multiple players on the Tennessee Titans tested positive as soon as Monday after their Sunday game. Since incubation periods run between 4 and 10 days, it seems certain that multiple players on both the Titans and Vikings were exposed Sunday and some, likely, got the virus. It follows that both teams likely have players in the incubation period and that both may have passed the virus around from player to player.  Deferring their next game one or two days won't solve this, they'll still have possibly infected players who test negative.  So, "an abundance of caution" suggests that their next games, or even three, should be cancelled entirely.  Or are you part of the group that is willing to sacrifice the players for your vicarious sport pleasure?

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  • 5 days ago

    Yeah, sacrifice the players to Lord Zeus or he will force feed you his co ck and fill your throat with Covid infected semen.  

  • 3 weeks ago

    Not all the Titans infections were players and not all of those were involved in the game. Minnesota still has no positive tests and are being tested daily leading up to the game this week.I would have cancelled that game this week out of caution too.

  • 3 weeks ago

    I'm not a part of the decision making process, so whether I want the entire season to be cancelled out of caution, or whether I want them to play every game, it doesn't matter.

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