NFL HELL: Indianapolis Colts Take On Baltimore Ravens As Thousands of Seats Remain EMPTY (PHOTOS)

NFL stadium attendance continues to suffer as the backlash from players protesting the National Anthem extends into week 16.

Fans attending the Indianapolis Colts vs. Baltimore Ravens game shared photos showing empty seats galore at M&T Bank Stadium Saturday night. While poor attendance could be blamed on rainy weather and the fact that it’s the night before Christmas Eve, the game should be a hot ticket considering the Ravens (8-6) have an opportunity to temporarily occupy the wildcard slot in the AFC. 

Twitter user Jacob Prim noted M&T Bank Stadium was “very empty,” at kickoff.

Anne Arundel tweeted more angles of a half empty M&T Bank Stadium at kickoff.

Josh Rubin tweeted “RIP NFL,” along with a photo showing a sea of empty purple seats.

Attendance continued to suffer as the end of the first quarter neared.

“Near the end of the 1st, still plenty of empty seats,” tweeted former web editor at City Paper Brandon Weigel.

Former television host Greta Van Susteren was watching the game and noted “sure are a lot of empty seats.”

While the stadium filled up more during the second quarter, many empty seats remained in the upper level.

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