- Mar 19, 2004
Now we wait and see who else tests positive.
We’re getting a whole lot of Hoyer and the running game.Stidham reverse lock time.
He won't be active, knowing BB. That defensive back who imitated Russell Wilson a couple of weeks ago will be the backup QB.Stidham reverse lock time.
Likely too late, but under the just-announced NFL rules this week, team meetings (e.g., the 3 QBs and Josh) must now all be virtual ones.Shouldn't contract tracing rule out like half the Patriots offense?
We said the same about baseball.Well it was a fun season while it lasted.
It's the NFL so who knows but I don't see how either. Next week's game seems in jeopardy as well.I don't really know how they play the game, seems destined to turn into a Tennessee type situation.
Maybe all of those stories about Cam always being around the facility aren't so great after all...
Someone check the schedule. Postpone this and make it up later.
Julian Edelman says hi...finally getting his chance at QB in the NFLHe won't be active, knowing BB. That defensive back who imitated Russell Wilson a couple of weeks ago will be the backup QB.
Was that a reference to COVID-19 or a lamentation about not having the starting QB?One player “How can we play this game?”
Yes?Was that a reference to COVID-19 or a lamentation about not having the starting QB?
The Vikings seem to have avoided any infections from playing the Titans.The only responsible thing to do is postpone this game. With a several day incubation period, this most certainly would spread to the Chiefs if they play tomorrow since there’s a pretty high likelihood that other Pats players are carrying the virus even though they may currently test negative.
Yup. How many more players do we need to test positive today for it to be postponed?
Except that the Falcons were at home and didn’t have to make two cross-country flights in two day to get to and from their game.
Falcons had no additional positives after their player tested positive last week.The Vikings seem to have avoided any infections from playing the Titans.
But when did he test positive? The game is tomorrow, that's the problem here.
If you were a Chiefs fan right now would you want to play this game not knowing how many Patriots might have it?The Vikings seem to have avoided any infections from playing the Titans.
And look how that turned out (re: Sox)We said the same about baseball.
Or this was his plan all along?Great.
Given how much we know Belichick has attention to detail this is really surprising to me and I would have thought we had a better chance than any other team. I guess this is just the thing that happens if there is no bubble.
I don’t see how they don’t postpone. There is no way in a year where they are leading the pack for contention for the championship that the Chiefs will want to play.
Sure, that’s an additional challenge but he was still around his team that week and no one else tested positive.Except that the Falcons were at home and didn’t have to make two cross-country flights in two day to get to and from their game.
That didn’t involve Atlanta getting on a plane and traveling.
No idea. Just sharing the info.But when did he test positive? The game is tomorrow, that's the problem here.
I don't think it's appropriate to assume even if everyone tests negative today, that's enough time to really know.
But the NFL is gonna NFL, so I guess anything is possible.