- Dec 16, 2010
Maybe they shouldn't announce these until there's a retest?
I choose to include all weeks when considering performance. And he hasn't had a disastrous game. Two marginal games, two good games, one week winning game. #9I am if you look at what he’s done outside of one blow up week.
Pasting from the other thread...
Id love to know the accuracy number on these statements. 2%?Now I definitely have no idea how they can play Sunday
Jene Bramel has a good twitter thread on the new system. Lays out the changes and then he gives some of his own thoughts.Didn't know about this new "high risk" group this week. Quite the honor system they have going.
Yeah, about that..... Schefter just put this up this morning:Remember when the Titans were going to get hit with heavy penalties for their outbreak and illegal practice?
Ah yes, the famed "reasonableness" that the NFL is so well known for.Although the Titans could face discipline, it is not expected to be as severe as some thought it could be when the league's investigation started, sources told ESPN.
The NFL believes that the Titans' violations of the league's COVID-19 protocols were acts of negligence rather than intent, according to sources, so the organization's penalties might not be as punitive.
"The league is trying to be reasonable here," one source close to the investigation told ESPN. "They're taking intent and motive into account. They're backing off the Titans."
If they were negligent that means there were not “probably generally aware.”Yeah, about that..... Schefter just put this up this morning:
The NFL is not expected to severely punish the Titans for protocol violations that contributed to their recent COVID-19 outbreak, sources tell ESPN.www.espn.com
Patriots fans will get a good laugh out of this:
Ah yes, the famed "reasonableness" that the NFL is so well known for.
See, they didn't intend to spread COVID-19. They were just being negligent! It's not like they were intending for people to get sick and maybe die. It's merely their negligence that caused people to get sick and maybe die! So it's fine.
And that's why Belichick didn't trade for him at last year's deadline. Genius. AGAIN.Emmanuel Sanders has tested positive.
Saints receiver Emmanuel Sanders will miss Sunday's game against the Panthers after testing positive for COVID-19, coach Sean Payton said Friday. And receiver Michael Thomas may miss the game due to a hamstring injury.www.espn.com