MORE NFL HELL: Empty Seats Plague Games at StubHub Center & University of Phoenix Stadium (PHOTOS)

NFL stadium attendance is suffering as the backlash from players protesting the National Anthem continues in week 13.

As Jeff Barker wrote for the Baltimore Sun:

The league faces troubles on multiple fronts this year from politics to health and the game itself. There’s fan anger, stoked by President Donald Trump, over the decision of some players to kneel during the national anthem to protest racial inequity and police brutality; injuries to star players such as Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers; fresh concerns about the long-term effects of hits and concussions on players’ brains; and inconsistent play.

“The league has an issue in front of them that demands they keep owners, players, fans and ultimately their business partners — sponsors — happy. They aren’t doing any of this well,” says T.J. Brightman, president of public relations firm ‘A Bright Idea.’

Check out the thousands of empty seats at StubHub Center and University of Phoenix Stadium.

 

Cleveland Browns vs. Los Angeles Chargers at StubHub Center

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 Los Angeles Rams vs Arizona Cardinal at University of Phoenix Stadium

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As The Gateway Pundit reported Sunday, stadiums around the league are suffering major attendance issues.


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