The San Francisco 49ers are now considering a 2020 season in front of cardboard cutouts. The most progressive San Fran move since the invention of the Vape Pen.
FC Dallas can play in front of people, but the San Francisco 49er’s couldn’t manage?
Something much larger is going on here. The Masters felt comfortable enough to cancel fans for an event in November, while soccer and MLB are at least pushing for fan attendance. The decision making over our freedom as fans to attend games seem to weigh in the balance of one thing: Politics.
As cardboard cutouts move closer to fruition in San Francisco, our freedoms as Americans simultaneously go out the door. We suddenly adopted the myth that we’re responsible for the health and safety of those around us as much as anything else.
I guess we should start slapping the fast food out of our neighbors hands as well?
Roger Goodell and the NFL are doing so well here in America that we’ve considered moving a team out of Jacksonville to London. So why have they doubled down on allowing American politics to take fans’ rights away.
The freedom to take a risk should always be available in our country. Sports leagues are treating us like our mothers ahead of Prom night. At some point the NFL and the rest of our leagues need to take the training wheels off for us to live.