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Titans Suspend In Person Activities After 8 COVID Positives

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2 minutes ago, Stan said:

The misconception is that being out doors doesn’t spread it and being distanced helps. It doesn’t. Read about the family that had a BBQ they were all outside masked up and 5

ofnthem got it and 3 died. This virus is just so god damn annoying I really am starting to think some people

who get it are just dirty nose pickers who eat their own boogers still

If you get it from eating your own boogers, wouldn’t you have already had it in your nasal tract?!? 

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45 minutes ago, Downtown said:

One thing I will note that has been consistent from the start is the emphasis of time put on transmission cases. It does seem that extended contact plays a real factor. 

 

Yeah for sure, but that's only because more time = more opportunity, surely. It's not an accumulative type of deal, right? seems odd that, if the general public tend to need about 15 minutes of close contact to achieve a transmission, the NFL would think that, because the proximity tracking didn't show any two players close for 15 minutes they should therefore be confident transmission hasn't occurred - the type of contact is not comparable to most public interactions (you'd hope!).

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3 hours ago, headhunter said:

Maybe the virus is not as strong as it was in March? I dunno

Or maybe the lungs of professional athaletes are a bit stronger or they are "spouting bullshit" beacause they wanna play.

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2 hours ago, OzTitan said:

What on earth does this tweet mean? how could the type of contact seen on an NFL football field not be equivalent to the type of contact that is spreading the virus around the US community? The NFL sound delusional.

 

 


This can only be explained by the insanely bad tackling we saw last weekend...

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This from the Rapoport story today

 

"As for the Titans, multiple coaches have tested positive who spend games in the upstairs coaching booth."

 

 

Guess we can start narrowing down who the infected coaches could be.

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8 minutes ago, AussieTitanFan08 said:

This from the Rapoport story today

 

"As for the Titans, multiple coaches have tested positive who spend games in the upstairs coaching booth."

 

 

Guess we can start narrowing down who the infected coaches could be.


So we’ve got:

 

Mike Vrabel - Field

 
Offense

Art Smith - Field

Keith Carter

Tony Dews

Todd Downing

Rob Moore

Pat O’hara

Luke Steckel

Mike Sullivan

Chandler Henley


Defense

Shane Bowen 

Scott Booker

Matt Edwards

Jim Haslett

Zak Kuhr

Anthony Midget

Terrell Williams


Special Teams

Craig Aukerman

Ryan Crow 

 

Strength & Conditioning

Frank Piraino

Brian Bell

Mondray Gee

 

Misc
John Streicher

 

Anyone know for sure which are where on game day? I would assume most of the positions coaches are down on the field.

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5 hours ago, Callidus said:

Or maybe the lungs of professional athaletes are a bit stronger or they are "spouting bullshit" beacause they wanna play.

I know middle age people had it a month ago and they just had a head cold for two days and that was it. 

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1 hour ago, AussieTitanFan08 said:

This from the Rapoport story today

 

"As for the Titans, multiple coaches have tested positive who spend games in the upstairs coaching booth."

 

 

Guess we can start narrowing down who the infected coaches could be.

 

Chances of proper social distancing in the booth? Zero.

Edited by oldschool

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3 minutes ago, oldschool said:

 

Chances of proper social distancing on the booth? Zero.

 

Exactly, in reality the Titans should not be held responsible for what happened post the NFL clearing them to leave for Minnesota, things look to have really snowballed on that trip. 

Edited by AussieTitanFan08

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1 minute ago, AussieTitanFan08 said:

 

Exactly, in reality the Titans should not be held responsible for what happened post the NFL clearing them to leave for Minnesota, things look to have really snowballed on that trip. 

 

How so? Were they wearing masks and distancing on the flight, on the bus, at the hotel, on the sidelines, in the booth, etc....? Fans are looking for any reason to pass blame here. Until another team has a similar outbreak, it stands to reason the Titans messed up. 

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Just now, oldschool said:

 

How so? Were they wearing masks and distancing on the flight, on the bus, at the hotel, on the sidelines, in the booth, etc....? Fans are looking for any reason to pass blame here. Until another team has a similar outbreak, it stands to reason the Titans messed up. 

 

Starting to look likely the team messed up in Nashville but there is no indication they broke any game day or travel protocols, it is highly likely this outbreak got much worse due to the plane/bus travel, there is no way the team should of been allowed to travel once Bowen tested positive.

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