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NJ Governor: “Pretty good” chance of full capacity at MetLife Stadium in 2021

The New York Jets and New York Giants went through the entirety of the 2020 season without playing in front of a single fan during one of their home games.

According to New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, it appears that things are on the upswing when it comes to bringing fans back into MetLife Stadium. At his latest COVID-19 briefing in Trenton, NJ, Murphy gave a promising answer to the question of whether or not the Jets and Giants will be able to play in front of a full-capacity crowd of 82,500 fans this season.

“I think the prospects are pretty good,” Murphy answered.