The Maine spike was due to a rehab facility in Augusta (near where we live) having 44 patients and 14 staff testing positive. It does make us less inclined to go out at all this week. Thank goodness last week's snow has melted and the sun is shining.
In Maine, "old folks" are 60. In laws went during old folks time (they're in their 80s). Said it was crazy. We have offered to shop for them, but for now have said no. They have pulmonary fibrosis so very high risk. Wish they would stay out of stores. And no to masks, but yes to gloves. And...
I keep thinking about how badly Brady played in Miami over the years. If it was the heat, he now has 8 Miami(yes, I know he is in Tampa)games/year. He seemed to lose to some bad teams and quarterbacks. If things continue, it won't matter because there may not be a season anyway.
After losing to the Giants and losing the perfect season, no loss has ever really come close to that. I come on here and read and turn off sports radio and TV after a loss. I'm already over today's loss and don't have high hopes for next week. But if we win, I'll enjoy the ride until it ends.
Has anyone tried Fubotv? I don't have cable (but do have Roku) and want to watch the Saturday game. Fubotv has a free 7-day trial and NFL network is one of its channels. It looks like Reddit streams were shut down so that isn't an option.
I was thinking the same thing when watching the Ravens/Bills game today. Their big tight ends are a big part of their running and passing game. For a team that so heavily relied on their tight ends, why did the Patriots go away from that?