The NFL ran into some serious coronavirus issues this week. So, you might be wondering which NFL stadiums will be allowing fans in week 6?
This week, the league saw an unfortunate number of Covid cases on multiple teams. Nevertheless, week 6 will go on as planned and offers fans some blockbuster matchups.
The obvious marquee game is the Buccaneers-Packers showdown in Tampa. It could very well be the last time we see Brady and Rodgers go head-to-head and is set up nicely to be an offensive shootout.
In the AFC, we’ll see some division rivalries in the Titans-Texans and Browns-Steelers games. The latter proved to be a dramatic meeting last year, when Myles Garret attempted to hit Mason Rudolph in the face with his helmet.
Which NFL Stadiums Are Allowing Fans in Attendance For Week 6?
Houston Texans at Tennessee Titans
Stadium: Nissan Stadium
Status: The Titans have allowed fans to occupy the stadium at 12.5% capacity (8,600). This number may increase going forward.
Baltimore Ravens at Philadelphia Eagles
Stadium: Lincoln Financial Field
Status: Eagles will allow 7,500 spectators in week 6
Cleveland Browns at Pittsburgh Steelers
Stadium: Heinz Field
Status: Steelers will allow 7,500 spectators in week 6
Atlanta Falcons at Minnesota Vikings
Stadium: U.S. Bank Stadium
Status: Vikings will allow 250 family members of team personnel
Washington Football Team at New York Giants
Stadium: MetLife Stadium
Status: Giants are not allowing fans
Detroit Lions at Jacksonville Jaguars
Stadium: TIAA Bank Field
Status: The Jags have allowed fans to occupy the stadium at 25% capacity (16,800).
Cincinnati Bengals at Indianapolis Colts
Stadium: Lucas Oil Stadium
Status: If the game takes place, the Colts will allow 12,500 fans in attendance
Chicago Bears at Carolina Panthers
Stadium: Bank of America Stadium
Status: Panthers will allow fans at a limited capacity
New York Jets at Miami Dolphins
Stadium: Hard Rock Stadium
Status: Dolphins will allow 13,000 spectators in week 6
Denver Broncos at New England Patriots
Stadium: Gillette Stadium
Status: Patriots are not allowing fans
Green Bay Packers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Stadium: Raymond Jones Stadium
Status: The Bucs have allowed fans to occupy the stadium at 25% capacity (16,400).
Los Angeles Rams at San Francisco 49ers
Stadium: Levi’s Stadium
Status: 49ers are not allowing fans
Kansas City Chiefs at Buffalo Bills
Stadium: Bills Stadium
Status: Bills are not allowing fans
Arizona Cardinals at Dallas Cowboys
Stadium: AT&T Stadium
Status: Cowboys are allowing almost 25,000 fans to attend in week 6