Sean Payton Wants to Quarantine 50K fans in the Superdome for the Playoffs

New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton is a real innovator. Not only does he have great ideas on the offensive side of things,, apparently he also has some bright ideas over how to pack the house for the playoffs. Payton is desperate to make sure his team has a real home field advantage.

And he has some ideas on how to do it.

“I brought up the idea of testing 50,000 people and quarantining them in a hotel and having the most safest Superdome known to man, scientifically,” said Payton, according to Luke Johnson of The New Orleans Advocate. “Bus them, they’ve tested every day, and you’ve got a COVID-free facility.”

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When asked how that plan was received, all Payton said was, “It can be done.”

The Superdome has a seating capacity of 73,000. It  had 3,000 fans in attendance for the last Saints home game, a 52-33 win against the Minnesota Vikings on Christmas.

Wishful thinking on Payton’s part.

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