To some of your points, even before the Virus hit I haven't been to a game since the 2013 season. Last game I went to we spanked Houston 25-3 and Luck and the Colts got the W.
Your points 4-6 is mainly why I quit going to games, also no dealing with crowds or traffic. I also agree with your first 3 points as of today. I am a guy that has been to around 50 games in my lifetime saying that. I have seen Eric Dickerson live back in the late 80's a few times, same for Jim Harbaugh in the mid 90's so I was going to games before Manning. Since the Manning era up to the 1st 2 years of Luck I went to a lot of games in that time frame (1998-2013, at least 2 a season sometimes 3). As of now I am just older, 48 years old and want to be comfortable watching a Colts game. I have everything I need here as in a big screen TV, Wings, Pizza, Brats, Beer, and a clean bathroom etc.. Good post by the way, we think a like on this.
This is the part that concerns me more than anything IF the season happens (next only to the big one, the virus). What good is the football if a whole bunch of elite players opt out, including star QBs?
There is also some rumors that there may be some players who opt out of the season do to asthma or other health issues including one elite one. If they do end up pulling off the season will be interesting to see if it ends up just a wasted season or we get good football.
Come on, he is trying to lighten the mood...no harm in that. At least that is the way I took it.
Yes, a lot of people (not all) are acting recklessly with their responses and the deaths might lag the cases (will find out in a few weeks) but let us still act like we can take a joke, can we?
You can't ask people to put away their daggers and draw yours.