Knowing what we now do about last year's Browns, I 100% expect they would have fucked everything up last year if covid had happened then.These are the types of things that you'd almost expect the Browns to fail at in previous years.
Glad they're earning praise from Tretter, given the position he holds.
1) The only reason you'd need to test that often is if you expect players to be potentially exposed to Covid on a daily basis.Maybe we have the tests for this, but would love to see the numbers. 3000 tests a day, for 4 months just so we can have football. Jesus. 360k tests.
Yes its the way to do this correctly, but once again the needs of the country out weigh the needs of a sport.
Plus, those that test positive. But, just have a common cold. The tests are terribly flawed.1) The only reason you'd need to test that often is if you expect players to be potentially exposed to Covid on a daily basis.
2) The tests are notoriously subject to false negatives.
3) Ain't no way they're keeping Covid out. There will be people who are infected, test negative, and pass it on before it is detected. Rinse and repeat.
This general statement is a confusion in what test is actually being administered.Plus, those that test positive. But, just have a common cold. The tests are terribly flawed.