AP -- The dip in revenue for the NFL during the pandemic has been substantial but not crippling. It's hard to measure the value of the biggest positive for the league with the season set to finish on time in Tampa with the Super Bowl between Tampa Bay and Kansas City.

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The biggest negative is revenues being on the low end of what was hoped because of limited crowds or no fans at all. It has been estimated that each team would lose at least $100 million in revenue. That puts the league's losses at between $3 billion and $4 billion.

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