REPORT: The NFL Might Use A Bubble System In Los Angeles And Dallas For The Postseason

REPORT: The NFL Might Use A Bubble System In Los Angeles And Dallas For The Postseason


The NFL is reportedly considering a couple cities as potential postseason bubble sites.

According to ProFootballTalk, The Athletic reported that Dallas and Los Angeles are both potential bubble sites to be used starting after the wild-card round. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

The NFL hasn’t used a bubble system at any point of the 2020 season, but there’s always been whispers that one might be implemented if it becomes necessary.

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If moving to a bubble for the playoffs is the best option on the table for the NFL to make sure games aren’t postponed, then I’m all for it.

While the NFL has done a solid job of dealing with coronavirus and positive tests on teams, it’s been far from a perfect situation.

That’s okay. Nobody expects any sports league to be perfect, especially when dealing with roster and staff sizes that you find in the NFL.

I think I speak for fans everywhere when I say I’m in favor of whatever will work.

If a bubble system secures the playoffs, then let’s do it. If it’s not necessary, then that’s

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