I don't believe that COVID-19 will have a long-term catastrophic effect on sports generally, I think a 1-2 season hiatus is the worst case scenario, but for American football specifically I can imagine a scenario where this is the beginning of a slowly approaching end. Football is already under siege due to (perhaps legitimate) health concerns. Recently parents have been less likely to enroll their kids in football. I think there is a possibility that a hiatus will hurt sports already on a decline (football) more than sports on the upswing (soccer). Who knows what will happen in reality (maybe COVID-19 dissipates during the summer and doesn't come back), but I wouldn't be surprised if football leagues for kids struggle even more to attract players after a gap. Then that could trickle up to affect future middle and high school teams. If parent and student interest dissipated during that process, the $ could follow 10-20 years down the road. Any other gloom and doom speculations to entertain us during quarantine?