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  1. Apparently there's just one new positive, and it's not a player.
  2. Marlon Davidson (Atlanta Falcons) tested positive for Covid-19. No idea if other players will have to miss the next game due to the new Covid rules regarding close contact. I'm assuming the Falcons vs. Vikings is now something to monitor this week.
  3. How can they play the Saints game and the Patriots game? I can take 5-7 days for someone to test positive after getting it (incubation period). There's no way this close to game time they'll know if more will test positive. It puts coaches and the other teams at risk.
  4. FB Michael Burton received an initial positive COVID-19 test and is being re-tested to confirm, source said. In addition, the team is testing his close contacts. Ian Rapoport @RapSheet
  5. Maybe someone already mentioned this, but I wouldn't be surprised if the league institutes a two week pause on the season and pushes the schedule back two week so everyone can get their players and coaches back and at the same time re-evaluate their priorities in safe practices and mask wearing.
  6. Here's the link to the additional player testing positive: https://titanswire.usatoday.com/2020/09/30/tennessee-titans-another-player-positive-covid-19-report/
  7. I heard another positive test for a Tennessee player. It can take 5-7 days after exposure for a person to test positive, so there could be more to come. Link: https://titanswire.usatoday.com/2020/09/30/tennessee-titans-another-player-positive-covid-19-report/
  8. Booker. Richard still mainly a third down back. When Jacobs needs a rest I think Booker will get the call.
  9. After watching what's happening to MLB and basketball can I change my vote from 30% to 0%?
  10. I voted 30%. I don't think it should be even that high, but I think the league will try to get the season in even if it means no fans. My guess is there will be teams that are hard hit and the league will have to either pause or cancel the season. It sucks, but these players and coaches lives are more important plus they have family to think about. It's becoming quite obvious the problem is only getting worse and many people are being to lax.
  11. How long has the Shark Pool been here anyway? I've been around since it was just a link in a magazine to get added info (cheatsheets.com). Back in those days it was all about getting a magazine several months before the season started and having to deal with outdated info. Then one year there was a magazine which had a way to get updated info online. Mind blown! Cheatsheets.com was just updated projections and it grew from there. Forever changed fantasy football was!
  12. "If the 2020 season is canceled (and your 30-day refund period has passed), we will offer you a credit towards a 2021 subscription based on the following criteria: Zero regular seaso n games are played: 100% credit Only 1-3 weeks of the regular season are played: 75% credit Only 4-6 weeks of the regular season are played: 50% credit Only 7-9 weeks of the regular season are played: 25% credit Ten or more weeks of the regular season are played: no credit
  13. Not sure how things were where you live, but in my city during the stay at home order the parks were crowded, half the people weren't wearing masks because they say it was a hoax and churches were defying orders and having services. Those that attended church were infected and spread the virus throughout the community. I think if there was a nationwide effort to start we wouldn't be in the predicament we're in now. As far as Fauci's statements, they're new and I haven't seen a response by the NFL. I've even seen betting sites that have the NFL season being played at 50-50 odds.
  14. I think they will have to expand rosters to cover for the inevitable quarantine that teams will have to deal with.