The Bills at Titans in jeopardy after the Titans have another positive case on Wednesday. However, will the NFL be coming down hard on the Titans because of the high number of overall cases? If you are a fan of Buffalo, will you receive a game this weekend? No one knows for sure, but the Titans may not have any more wide receivers by the time we do know.
On Wednesday, Tennessee added Corey Davis to the Covid list, leaving the Titans with two healthy wide receivers. Most thought the Titans’ new cases were over after posting back to back days with no positive results. How could the Titans still have positive tests if they have not been together since last Sunday?
A local Titans reporter Paul Kuharsky broke the Titans offense story working out together on September 30th. There also were reports of how the NFL may come down hard on the Titans with punishments for their role in this outbreak. Apparently, the NFL was aware of the situation. In fact, Coach Vrabel, on October 1st, said he just advised his team not to work out in private.
In simple terms, no. The NFL should have decided on the game earlier. Is there any difference between working out or flying in a plane? The NFL had the New England Patriots board two planes after receiving word that Cam Newton came down with Covid. As a result, Stephon Gilmore came down with the virus. No one is right in this situation, but does Tennessee deserve to be punished? Do the Titans deserve to have to forfeit Week 5? Is this fair to the Steelers, who had to move their bye week to fit in the game versus Tennessee? Titan Upload will continue to keep you covered on this ongoing story.