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Comment 49 seconds ago

The question should be in which environment is the football player more or less likely to be exposed to SARS-CoV-2, one in which he is participating in the sport with it's requirements or one in which he is not. It's looking more and more like Covid-19 will become Covid-Forever in some form so we will not be able to hide from it in the long run. 

Comment 17 minutes ago

Why would the SOG use total tests over percentage of players/coaches/staff that contract the disease? The same player testing positive multiple times would not represent any increase in potential spread. I know you didn't devise the SOG, just curious as it doesn't seem to make sense in terms of transmission. If you had 29 players/coaches/staff test positive in a week you certainly have a significant problem.

Comment 26 Oct 2020

Nobody is or could possibly be ignorant of Covid-19 today, it's been shoved down our throats for eight months. It's more a difference in the acceptance of health risks and a Fait Accompli thought process than anything else. That and a refusal to make long term, life altering changes to life style, throw in a concern about civil liberties and some good old fashion selfishness and that's why we are here.

You are seeing it all across the world, Europe is seeing huge spikes now too because of parties, vacations, family get-to-gathers, etc. World Governments errored in hard shutdowns from day one though it was understandable. Had we taken routine, daily precautions we wouldn't be here today. 

Comment 25 Oct 2020

Yes, hundreds of thousands of D-Bag idiots like that come to work with symptoms, some even get tested and are working while waiting for the results. It's one thing to accidently pass the virus along, even not to wear facial coverings when it's not a legal requirement, but to work while ill, should be criminal. 

Truth be told, we are boned until a successful vaccine is developed and delivered. All the entire world can do is play at the margins until that day comes. 

Comment 25 Oct 2020

Bah, facial coverings are not magic and while they have some marginal benefit I can give you hundreds of cases of people contracting the disease while wearing the facial coverings. Even the CDC does not recognize non N95 masks when considering exposure and quarantine. 

This virus is so freaking contagious, being community spread and with a long incubation time with so many asymptomatic ill, it's virtually impossible to figure out where most of the cases come from. You can follow all the guidelines and become infected, so don't be that guy. 

Then again he could have had three girls over last Monday night. 

Comment 25 Oct 2020

It's probably in my head but I feel that egg cartoon purple on my back and stomach, drives me nuts.

Comment 25 Oct 2020

Classic Bengals would have been to win a meaningless game and lose the LT they wanted in the draft, probably by the Steelers trading up to take him the spot before they pick.

Comment 25 Oct 2020

The "Average" incubation period has moved back a bit but generally you are looking at 5-8 days for MOST people. Using the CDC claim that one is contagious up to 48 hours before symptoms........................   an asymptomatic person could have been spreading the disease for a week or more before testing positive.  The hope is that there are no false negatives and one is only POTENTIALLY contagious between testing periods. 

He could not have become infected from someone he was around Sat and then tested positive already today. CDC thought process does fall apart when you look at a 2-14 day incubation period and being contagious 48 hours before symptoms. 

Comment 25 Oct 2020

The only thing that I can't explain, as someone that played multiple competitive sports, is a lack of effort play. I see few of those from the Bucks. 

Comment 25 Oct 2020

Jones is a nice story and hopefully he someday works himself into a starting slot but he's not anywhere close to being one of the "best players on the team". I'm not even so sure that the battle for a starting OT was even close, Paris was most likely that battle. 

We don't even know if he has the mental makeup to be a DT and the coaching staff clearly thinks that he's more valuable as a backup OT. There's so much more to football than size and strength. It's fun to speculate about such things but it's not real.( Since I said that be ready for Jones starting at DT next week)

Comment 24 Oct 2020

Hopefully moving Werner to get Browning on the field doesn't weaken both positions.

Comment 23 Oct 2020

So what demographics are you throwing into "BIPOC"? I have to admit that not a single BIPOC co-worker of mine has ever used that term. 

Comment 23 Oct 2020

Don't worry Brewster, someday you will accidently turn a phrase or us a word that offends someone and your buddies will take you out too. It's virtually impossible to go through life without hurting someone's feelings or sensitivities. 

Difference is that all of those suggesting that the coach got a raw deal will actually support you to, refreshing isn't it? 

Comment 22 Oct 2020

Absolutely it can, it can also correlate to cattle rustling, wire nooses for rabbit trapping, used to secure a boat to a dock, the infamous cowboy lasso, death penalty, slip knots and dozens of other correlations. 

I'm not in the business of polling a person to determine what he or she might have feared at some point in their lives, spiders, mice or ropes. I have a friend that is afraid of freaking serving spoons, I kid you not. 

Comment 22 Oct 2020

That's what happens when the collective just accepts what the few are selling, the mouse scares the elephant here.