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Tuesday open thread: What part of the NFL season would you miss the most?

Hey, it could happen...

NFL: Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Detroit Lions Tim Fuller-USA TODAY Sports

To say it’s been tough as a sports fan to find ways to keep entertained during quarantine with all of the major North American sports leagues on hiatus is an understatement, but it’s been a necessity to help this country survive a viral pandemic.

And yet, the 2020 Major League Baseball season is looking less and less likely to happen. Players from the Dallas Cowboys and Houston Texans, including Ezekiel Elliott, recently tested positive for COVID-19.

With all of these developments, it leads us to today’s Question of the Day...

What part of the NFL season would you miss the most?

It’s an easy answer for me: y’all.

Of course you might not think you’d be going anywhere, but without an NFL season, you’re going to have to find something else to fill the football-sized hole in your heart. Naturally, you might end up spending your time doing other things like, oh, I don’t know, yard work or something.

If the NFL doesn’t get the chance to start their season as planned, the opportunities to create and engage with all of y’all would be a huge bummer. Each week, we record the PODcast, and the chance to jump into each week’s mailbag in the middle of the season and answer your questions—whether they’re football related or not—makes each game that much more memorable.

Your turn.

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