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What is the most painful thing you would do to make sure the Jacksonville Jaguars play football in 2020?

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Sports are not happening at an alarming rate, folks.

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the NBA cancelled their season on a dime as did the XFL. The NHL suspended play almost immediately, as did MLS and college sports. Heck, MLB didn’t even get to Opening Day.

But the NFL has pressed on with what they could — free agency went off without a hitch and the 2020 NFL Draft is still scheduled to happen even if it’s done remotely.

Could the season be in jeopardy? The league has already modified several rules when it comes to travel and has asked teams to work from home. Although preseason is still more than four months away, football is in jeopardy of not playing a full season for the first time since the 1982 players’ strike.

So... my question today:

What is the most painful thing you would do to ensure the Jacksonville Jaguars play games in 2020?

Personally, I would probably go the Gardner Minshew route and try to break my own arm with a hammer. Now, of course, I would have to do this when hospitals are not reaching peak levels and caring for people who actually need it. But with the help of some whiskey and a 48 hour resting period, I think I could do it.

What about you? What’s the most painful thing you would do to make sure the NFL and the Jaguars are up and running in the fall? Let us know in the comments below!