They would probably say it's too expensive, so they can't afford it for all the stadiums (they only have it for the top-tier leagues). Which is a bullshit excuse, considering the technology was approved 9 years ago.
Boycotting games because of an ongoing political event is just dumb (unless the organizers are responsible for the situation). Just look at what the Hungarian athletes did a couple of weeks after the Hungarian revolution in 1956. They went to the Olympics and won 9 gold medals. And they beat the Soviet Union in water polo, in one of the most historical matches of the sport ever. They proved that their community can't be beaten by oppression. That's far more powerful than delaying a competition.
Short recap of my thoughts on the different divisions:
Bills: Their defense will bring them far this season. They have added some solid players this off-season to really strengthen their position to win AFC East after year's of Patriots dominance. Josh Allen will be the biggest question for their stability. However, I think they will end up winning this division
Dolphins: I have no clue how Tua will perform this season and will he get injured? If their defense has become significant better with the addition of Byron Jones? If Flores and his coaching staff can continue to improve the team this season? I can see Dolphins end up between 5-9 wins this season.
Patriots: How good or how bad is Stidham? How good will their offense be? Will their defense be a top 10 defense? If Stidham is around the same level as Garoppolo was in Patriots then I think they will do okay. I think their defense will be a top 10 defense again and Belichick is still Belichick. However, if injuries occur on the defense and Stidham does not perform, they could end up with a losing record. Anything from 6-10 wins is what I could see from them this season.
Jets: Darnold has got some more protection for this season, so hopefully his parents can be less worried for his health this season. With that said, I don't think Jets is going to be near any playoff spot this season. They are still missing some pieces on many lines. Meh, will be the word to describe Jets this season, I think.
Ravens: I think Jackson will perform around the same level as his last season. Ravens is still a very good overall and I think they have learned from last year's playoff failure to Titans. An AFC conference final between Ravens and Chiefs would be a safe bet as things stand now.
Steelers and Browns: I'm not sure how both these teams will do this season. If Big Ben is still a top half quarteback then Steelers will do okay. How will Mayfield throw this season? Is Browns' offense line better than last season? If Browns' OL does a better job of protecting Baker then this team could actually end up with a positive record. Steelers 7-11 wins. Browns 6-9 wins.
Bengals: They hopefully got their new franchise QB with Joe Burrow. However, the hopes shouldn't be too high for the big cats in Cincinnati. Burrow is still young and A.J. Green has just come back from an injury. The teams is not that great overall. They will be in the bottom of the league again this season.
Colts: With the additions of Rivers for the offense and Buckner to the defense, Colts can look forward to a good season. I fully believe they will be the front runner to win AFC South. Frank Reich and his staff are a solid unit and they can take this team far if everything goes well.
Titans and Texans: Texans without Hopkins? Texans' offense? Can Watson take this to a positive record? I think Texans will have a very mixed season, so 50-50% record is very likely. Texans 6-9 wins.
Can Tannehill live up to last season? Is Henry still a monster? Can their defense still perform well? Titans is really a question mark for me as my trust in Tannehill is not that big. I doubt Henry can run like he did in the end of the last season for a whole season. Titans 6-9 wins.
Jaguars: I don't really feel like spending much time on this poor team. So to keep it short. Jaguars sucks! Minshew can't take this time to a higher level. This is a team that is in a complete meltdown. The only good news for the team is that hopefully they end up with first seed for next year's draft. Hopefully Trevor Lawrence or some other college QB show some good playing, so they could hope of finding a new franchise QB to build its franchise's future.
Chiefs: Mahomes and his offense will likely continue to perfom the possible greatest show on grass. Chiefs will be a number contender to defend their Super Bowl title. They have keept most of their pieces from last season, so anything else than at least a AFC conference final will be a disappointment if no vital injuries happen.
Chargers: Taylor, is he good enough? Is their defense so great as many expect it is? Will they be hit massively by injuries as usual? I personally think their defense will be top 5. Taylor will be decent enough to let their defense get enough rest in games. Injuries are really the big question mark, as usual, when it's about the Chargers. Chargers 6-10 wins.
Broncos: Will they have the best defense in NFL this season? How will Lock perform? Will their offense be good enough? Broncos will most likely end with a record around 8-8. Their defense will be good, but I'm still not sure about Lock. They did draft some decent weapons to their offense, but I doubt that will be enough to give them double digit win record. Broncos 6-9 wins.
Raiders: Raiders has comed to Vegas. Their offense will likely go big, but the question is if they will succeed? The Raiders are in a position where they are not part of the race of getting first seed in next year's draft or really be a threat for this year's playoffs. Of course they could suprise by taking a playoff spot, but I highly doubt it. It's going to be a meh-season for the new Las Vegas Raiders.
I'm kind of have a good idea how all teams in this division will perform. Cowboys will have good offense and a defense that will lack a bit more than the previous seasons Eagles job is to protect Wentz, so he doesn't get iinjured yet again. Keep an eye on Chase Young when they play against Redskins. Also, I hope for the Philly fans out there that somebody else than Ertz can catch a ball this season. Giants will hopefully have a better OL to protect Jones and Saquon will do what Saquon does. Redskins will have to see what Haskins can do as a NFL quaterback. My hopes are not high for the young man.
Vikings will be interesting to follow, as Diggs is gone and I still have some questions about their OL. They will probably have a good season record-wise with 9-10 wins as most likely. I'm still not sure what Packers' plan was with this year's draft other than possibly secure a future QB by drafting Love. Packers and Rodgers need receivers! Unless they think Funchess is a top 10-15 WR. I'm so much looking forward to see how rogue Rodgers will go this season. Matt LaFleur will probably experience many ups and downs on the side line when he will see Rodgers go outside the playbook. Bears... will probably play more like newborn cubs this season. Their defense has to be top 5 and they have to hope Foles can show some positive signs (like not getting injured in the first game) if they want a positive win record this season. I'm not optimistic.
Lions will have their Staf-ford back in Ford Field, so they will most likely have a so-and-so season. I will look forward to see if Patricia will lose his beloved pencil
Saints will win this division. The end. Next division.
Okay, so maybe a bit more about this division. Saints will most likely defend their division title this season. Brees is an old man, but I still think their offense will be a top one. Defense is still good. Don't understand why they let Warford go? However their OL will probably still be good enough to protect Brees like it has done in the recent years.
I'm really looking forward to watch Brady Buccaneers, I mean Tampa Bay Buccaneers, this season. Their offense could be really good with strong receivers, Gronk as TE and Brady as QB. Their defense was great last season. Unfortunately they couldn't rest enough to perform well through many games because of Jameis "Loose Canon" Winston many interceptions. I expect positive wins to blow over the Tampa Bay. Though, I wouldn't give the Bucs fans too much of a hope of playing at home on Raymond James Stadium when it's time for Super Bowl LV.
Falcons mission is to stabilize their defense. If they succeed with that, a good season could be lurking. A strong offense can take them far, but not without at least a semi-decent defense.
Panthers is one big mystery to me. Well they perform really terrible or will they somehow get an okay season under new head coach, Matt Rhule. Bridgewater will likely perform okay, but CMC still have to pull of one heck of a season if this team is ever going to dream of more than 7 or 8 wins this season.
49ers will probably win one or two games fewer than last season. I had hoped Buckner could have stayed with them, but a trade for a first-round pick was okay value. Overall a solid team with good coaching staff. They will play far into the season once again.
Cardinals is really an interesting team. They have so many interesting names on offense and defense. Hopkins is a fantastic addition to Murray. Kingsbury seems to have okay succes with his scheme. I actually think they can end up having a positive record this season.
Seattle Seahawks a.k.a. Russell Wilson and the other flyless birds. Okay, maybe not flyless birds, but Wilson is the engine to drive this team. Lockett is a dangerous weapon and their defense is good overall. OL is still questionable to put it midly, so they have to hope Wilson has practiced his escape tricks because he will be needing them once again.
What can we say about the Rams? Their defense seems good. Their offense is not bad per say, it's just have to perform behind a questionable OL. I have my doubts on Rams this season. I think they are on a downward spiral. They could very likely go 8-8 or worse this season.