I'm not surprised that this site still has a bunch of loudmouth public health deniers who aren't clear on how contagious pathogens works. But because I love you all, I'll rage quote (and chuckle quote & agree quote) below. (I think I actually picked people to quote that I agree with for the most part) C19K100KGs And every home game. Unfortunately you're right. We'll see the results of everybody getting together, shrugging, and saying "gotta die of something" in a few weeks. Or maybe, summer weather IS your friend, in which case we double down for a really really cool rebound in the fall! Sure, what the hell, I'll hope there's something unknown that's going to make it seem silly in retrospect to be worried, just like I'm hoping that an incredible looking ****tail waitress with daddy issues decides she wants to get a COVID test, move in with us, and do the housekeeping in nothing but a thong and heels, and Mrs. P suddenly decides I'm such a great guy, I deserve to keep her. But after the first 100K deaths in less than 3 months, I'm thinking we ain't gonna win the golden ticket on this one. So, 100K and counting for the first wave, and then Memorial Day Sexy Fun Time Parties. What could go wrong? You know what? With all the slope browed knuckle dragging mouth breathers yammering about their rights and how terrified people are if they have any sense of public health, I have a fackin problem with it. You spread the virus and don't get hurt, that's not you winning your retarded bet. It's you personally surviving your contribution to someone else getting sick or dying. None of this **** can be judged by what you have the individual right to do, any more than you have an individual right to drive drunk. I think, per some other folks here, that the whole season is predicated on the idea of everybody staying healthy, and it ain't happening. You get one COVID case on a team you're playing against, what's going to be the player reaction? I actually don't think this season's happening. What Helmet said.