I'm beginning to think they're won't be a 2020 season at all. The league will try to do something to make a bit of money and work around the contracts and CBA etc., but the way things are going, I think there's a real chance we're done with football until 2021. I know that's not what we want, but, if that is the case, consider the following: One would assume there will be a draft of some sort for the college students who have advanced a year (even if college football is also restricted). If that's the case then we'll have two draft classes sharing their rookie season - would that be a first? Moving beyond that, though, could a missed season be an opportunity to do some big changes? If you were the owner or HC of the Dolphins - is there anything you'd seek to achieve during the missed year? How would you handle it? Then expanding it - if you were the Commissioner what might you try to achieve during a missed season?