As season wears on, NFL stadiums remain largely empty

As season wears on, NFL stadiums remain largely empty
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[Ed. – Not sure this is necessarily the case for most of the more competitive teams or games. But the losses in live game attendance have been a valid concern for the last several years.  Some of the teams, like the new “L.A.” Chargers, are in an especially tough situation, trying to rebrand themselves and gain fan support in a difficult and basically saturated market.  But some of it is the weariness of fans with overpoliticized sports.]

With only five more weeks of regular season play, the NFL is still the object of scorn on social media as fans wonder why stadiums from coast to coast have loads of empty seats.

One fan caught an embarrassing image of rows upon rows of empty seats at the New York Jets’ MetLife Stadium, as the New England Patriots came to town to trounce them 27-13…

There was quite a bit of chatter about the emptiness of the L.A. Chargers game at StubHub Center as the Arizona Cardinals went west…

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