The NFL really can’t afford to lose fans at its stadiums.
All sports will take a financial hit if games have to be played without fans, but the one the NFL will take is sizable, to say the least.
According to Mike Ozanian of Forbes, the NFL could lose $5.5 billion if the league has to play in front of no fans in attendance.
That figure is based on stadium revenue from the 2018 season.
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