The NFL season is close and it’s important to know which football hometown teams will allow fans and which ones are going to make you bet on the game from your home.

Atlanta Falcons – Fans Allowed! As of now they will allow capacity up to 20,000 fans. As things are fluid and change this will open up the opportunity for greater capacity as Coronavirus worries are lowered with less cases and deaths during the NFL season.

Baltimore Ravens – No Fans Allowed. Steve Biscotti the owner would love to have fans and all of Baltimore would love to be there but for now they must wait as they have stated “If the Ravens are permitted under state and local government rules/regulations to have fans attend games in 2020, the team announced that a significantly reduced seating capacity at M&T Bank Stadium would be necessary.”

Buffalo Bills – Deferring all season tickets for the 2020 season to 2021 and will plan for limited attendance once they get the clear go ahead.

Cincinnati Bengals – Waiting for state of Ohio approval to allow fans at their home games. If allowed they will not allow tailgating and will have a socially distanced seating capacity layout.

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Green Bay Packers – After the first two home games we are betting on a limited seating capacity but as now no fans allowed for the first two home games. So lets bet on an eager October crowd

Houston Texans – Capacity at NRG Stadium will allow for 14,000 fans on all different levels of the stadium. “as a league-wide requirement, all fans attending games must wear a protective face mask throughout the entirety of gameday except for when they are actively eating or drinking.”

Indianapolis Colts – 25% capacity at Lucas Oil Stadium with two half-season plans for four games for those who are itching to bet on Colts games in stadium.

Jacksonville Jaguars – Like the Colts above they are allowing 25% capacity at home games in an effort to follow COVID-19 guidelines from the State of Florida. As the season rolls on they said they will follow the safety conditions to increase capacity when allowed.

Las Vegas Raiders – Oakland Raider fans will be glad to know that the Vegas Raiders will have less fans in attendance than they did in their last season. The new Allegiant Stadium will not allow fans.

New England Patriots – 20% capacity to see the Patriots play at Gillette Stadium. Robert Kraft is happy that they’re getting something though “state and local approvals will be required before any fans are permitted inside the building.”

New Orleans Saints – Game 1 at the Mercedes Benz Superdome will not have fans. They are awaiting an announcement for capacity from here.

New York Giants & New York Jets – No fans at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey until further notice.

Washington Redskins – A team that doesnt have a name and doesnt have fans to play in front of at FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland.

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