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Right now, only the Florida teams are allowed full capacity,  but all three teams are being cautious.  Some teams (like Dallas) are also selling less than the maximum amount of tickets their local leaders are allowing.



Last updated  12.30.20

Arizona Cardinals - None (63,400 capacity) updated to 4,200 fans, updated: no fans
● Atlanta Falcons allowing 50 friends and family (71,000 capacity)
Baltimore Ravens allowing 250 immediate family members (71,008 capacity) updated: 10% capacity updated: no fans next game
Buffalo Bills - None (71,608 capacity) - 6772 for the playoff game
● Carolina Panthers allowing 5,200 (75,523 capacity)
Chicago Bears - None (61,500 capacity)
● Cincinnati Bengals allowing 12,000 (65,515 capacity)
● Cleveland Browns allowing 12,000 (67,895 capacity)
● Dallas Cowboys allowed 40,000 (team only allowing 21,000, 80,000 capacity)
● Denver Broncos allowing 5,700 (76,125 capacity)
● Detroit Lions - None ( 65,000 capacity) updated: 500 people allowed (F&F)
● Green Bay Packers on November 1st, 10-12,000 They delayed it, 700 F&F this week (81,441 capacity)
● Houston Texans allowing up to 13,300 (72,220 capacity)
● Indianapolis Colts allowing 12,500 week 6 (they have been going up weekly, 67,000 capacity)
Jacksonville Jaguars 67,164 (team keeping it at 16,791)
● Kansas City Chiefs allowing approximately 16,000 (72,936 capacity)
Las Vegas Raiders - None (65,000 capacity)
Los Angeles Chargers - None (72,240 capacity)
Los Angeles Rams - None (72,240 capacity)
Miami Dolphins allowed 65,326 (team keeping it to 13,000)
● Minnesota Vikings allowing 250 staff and family members (66,655 capacity)
New England ****Patriots - None (66,829 capacity)
● New Orleans Saints allowed 750 friends and family member, expect fans next game (73,208 capacity) updated: 6,000 fans (15K expected in December)
New York Giants - None (82,500 capacity)
New York Jets - None (82,500 capacity)
Philadelphia Eagles allowing 7,500 (69,176 capacity) updated: no fans next game
● Pittsburgh Steelers allowed 5,500 (68,400 capacity) updated: down to 2500, team decided F&F only
San Francisco 49ers - None (68,500 capacity)
Seattle Seahawks - None (69,000 capacity)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers allowed 65,618 (team moving it to 25% capacity)
● Tennessee Titans 12.5% of the stadium’s capacity, raised to 15% on the 18th, now at 21% capacity (69,143 capacity)
Washington Football Team - None (82,000 capacity) updated: 3,200 fans updated: no fans rest of the year

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I don't expect any fans to be allowed in California, New York or Illinois this year *

 

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They know better than us.

 

 

 

* unless Biden wins, then everything changes 😬

 

 

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21 minutes ago, Ann said:

:bump3:  Simply for people who care about who will have fans, and how it may/may not impact the games this week.

 

 

Has King Andrew visited WNY yet, like he promised?

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1 hour ago, GG1 said:

 

Has King Andrew visited WNY yet, like he promised?

He abruptly left when little Billy Sipowitz, who was watching the motorcade yelled out "The Emperor Has No Clothes". 

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17 hours ago, LB3 said:

I wouldn't be surprised one bit if Generalissimo Cuomo had the Bills operating under capacity all next season as well.

I don’t doubt that at all. 

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Not yet for the 49ers, even though other stadiums can have fans:
 

5:50 p.m.: Sports stadiums can reopen with modifications, but not for 49ers yet
 

It’ll be some time before California’s stadiums reopen, despite state health officials releasing new guidelines Tuesday.
 

Under the rules laid out by State Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly, outdoor arenas in counties in the state’s orange (moderate) tier will be allowed to resume operation at 20% capacity.
 

But that changes nothing for the San Francisco 49ers, the only major sports team currently playing in a county with those less-restrictive guidelines. Health officials in Santa Clara, home of the team’s Levi’s Stadium, said fans will not be allowed to attend games anytime soon.
 

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12 hours ago, poncho said:

Huge difference in the way they handle covid19 here in Florida vs socialist NYS  dictator Princess Cuomo.

 

Wait, I thought only Republicans could be dictators?

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On 10/13/2020 at 2:33 PM, Ann said:

Jacksonville Jaguars 67,164 (team keeping it at 16,791)
Miami Dolphins allowed 65,326 (team keeping it to 13,000)

 Tampa Bay Buccaneers allowed 65,618 (team moving it to 25% capacity)

LOL.  Even the team owners are like let's not go crazy here governor.

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7 hours ago, Doc Brown said:

LOL.  Even the team owners are like let's not go crazy here governor.

wonder how much durection they are getting from the NFL...can you imagine a the PR disaster of huge spreading event if they even went to 50%?

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3 hours ago, plenzmd1 said:

wonder how much durection they are getting from the NFL...can you imagine a the PR disaster of huge spreading event if they even went to 50%?


Yeah, right  now the press is all cases! cases! cases! when deaths should be what people are concerned about (of course). More cases (more testing, and viruses virusing), but far less deaths are now what is happening. I wonder if this will help with herd immunity before that vaccine is readily available to  everyday schlumps.

 

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