The NFL has not set up a bubble to keep the players and teams guarded from the risk of COVID-19 during this bizarre year. The NBA Showcased how they can bring a smaller amount of teams and staff to the Walt Disney World bubble but the NFL has opted to do things more normal and has only seen a handful of games rescheduled to date.

Now there is breaking news outside of the NFL headquarters about setting up an NFL Playoff Bubble that will start taking place after the Wildcard rounds take place.

The two cities and stadiums that are going to be selected are the Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium and the new SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, California. While Las Vegas was also an option as the cities needed to find enough hotel rooms and space for the teams these are ultimately the final two choices where the games will take place.

If a vaccine and cases drop by January than you can expect this choice to change but as of now and during this bizarre NFL Season this is the reality that we’re all living through.

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