There is a chance the NFL could play games on Saturday. It all depends on college football and whether they end up delaying the start of their season or pushing the entire season to a later time.
Andrew Marchand of the NY Post wrote an article about that possibility:
If college suspends play in the fall, there may be an open path for the NFL to figure out Saturdays. For example, if the NFL plays its season without fans in the stadiums, then the idea of inconveniencing attendees by shifting games from Sunday to Saturday would be a non-factor.
As big of a football fan Kravitz is, he said he would feel indifferent about the idea. He explained that while he loves football, once December hits he usually misses going outside on the weekends and the NFL playing games on Saturday would prevent him from doing so if he wants to watch.
The guys also got into a debate about the future of Cam Newton. Chris makes the argument that it would benefit Cam to sit out a year and wait for another starting job to open while Kravitz makes the case that the Kansas City Chiefs would be the perfect landing spot in a backup capacity. He would be joining a Super Bowl contender and Andy Reid works wonders with quarterbacks.
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