ST....I do like your optimism. It's a breath of fresh/Covid-free air! I parttially agree. But, I look at the unemployment numbers and I believe we haven't even gotten close to the bottom of all of this. We may survive a catastrophe. But, per previous, private/corporte debt leveraging is so huge now (above pre-2008 levels) that a lotta businesses and families are going to be impacted.
Am I the only one who doesn't care about the schedule in May? When the first few games of the year are played we'll have a better idea of how brutal it could be.
Until then, we don't know who will be starting at any QB position of any opposing team, what super star RB or WR will get hurt, starting OL, DL who dominate the LOS, what the weather will be on a certain day, how our new players gel/perform...
Too many variables involved. I mean look at the Rams, at the beginning of the year they were picked to repeat as NFC Champs, and no one was picking the Packers to play the Niners for that title.