It’s hard to believe, but the start of the 2020 NFL season is just days away. Usually fan bases would be getting ready to tailgate and pack out stadiums to cheer on their teams.
Unfortunately, we are still in the midst of a global pandemic and having thousands of people in one spot would be deadly.
During the offseason, the NFL has done a great job in their COVID-19 testing and safety protocols, leading to successful training camps. It all may be for not after the latest comments from Stephen Jones.
During a radio interview on 105.5 The Fan on Monday, the Dallas Cowboys executive vice president expressed his confidence that the 2020 season will be played in full without any issues, basically ensuring that he just jinxed it and we should all be worried as of now.
The Dallas Cowboys are coming off a good offseason where they added talent at different positions, but still failed to secure a long-term deal for their star QB Dak Prescott.
Even still, many have this team not only making the playoffs, but getting all the way to the Super Bowl.