We, your loyal fans, are all in agreement that we want to see the brutal, yet oddly beautiful, showcase of talent that you provide us year after year. Under these unprecedented circumstances, the world has become the great unknown. There are different ways of approaching the season as we’ve seen from the other major sports leagues, but which one will you take? We, as a fanbase, want the season to go on but what will that cost? Would your league be able to function and thrive in a bubble like the NHL and the NBA or will it have to go the bumpy road of MLB? We value player health and safety but there is also the selfish desire that comes naturally in all humans. We want to see the league succeed, we want to see Patrick Mahomes, Lamar Jackson and Aaron Donald wreak havoc. We want to see rookie sensations Joe Burrow and Tua Tagovailoa in action on the biggest stage. However, player health and safety is by far the number one priority. If the players can’t play then they can’t play it’s as simple as that. How you approach this could change how professional and college football are structured forever. Please be prepared, have a plan and then a backup plan. Hell, have a backup plan for your backup plan. Put in extensive procedures, do literally anything.
If we must wear masks, then so be it. If we must social distance, so be it. If we have limited capacity, so be it. But please let there be football.
Nick Swanson (M.E. FPC Browns)
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To those that read this, this is NOT in any way meant to be a political statement. Also here’s a link that can take you to up-to-date information regarding whether or not there will be fans at your favorite team’s games next season!