Empty Seats Galore: Thousands of Empty Seats Plague NFL in Week 15 of Season

Falcons fans dress up as empty seats after a rough season

Empty seats galore in week 15 of the NFL season.

Regular season of the NFL  is winding down and the stadiums were plagued with thousands of empty seats.

How about those Bengals, Cincinnati? OUCH!

Empty seats at Raiders vs Bengals at the Paul Brown stadium on Sunday:

Falcons fans must be fatigued too — they had a rough year…

Empty seats galore in Atlanta vs Arizona on Sunday:

Empty seats at a cold and rainy NY Giants vs Tennessee Titans game at MetLife stadium on Sunday:

Houston vs NY Jets later at MetLife stadium wasn’t looking so good either:

The NFL playoffs are right around the corner and there doesn’t seem to be the excitement for the sport like there was years ago.

The Super Bowl is even struggling to find performers for its half time show.

Variety ran an article last week titled, “Maroon 5 and How the Super Bowl Halftime Show Became Music’s Least Wanted Gig.”

“Who would have thought that the Super Bowl Halftime show, an American institution watched by more than 100 million people, would become the least wanted gig in music? ” Variety wrote.

Americans watch sports to escape the daily stresses of life and work; we don’t want to watch spoiled millionaire SJWs protesting the American flag and disrespecting our Veterans.

H/T Breitbart

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