Weak 13: NFL Attendance Crisis Continues

Weak 13: NFL Attendance Crisis Continues

Week 13:  NFL Attendance Crisis Continues

  • Empty Seats Greatly Outnumber Spectators last week

Week 13 does not appear to be the National Football League’s (NFL) lucky number as photos of stadiums across the league still show an awful lot of empty seats. Meanwhile, the sad in-person attendance mirrors the continually plummeting TV ratings.

With last week’s Thursday Night Football and Monday Night Football broadcasts closing out Week 12 with new lows in metered markets, and despite the nearly $90-M in social justice spending for players to end their constant, anti-American protests during the national anthem, Week 13 began with tens of thousands of empty seats in stadiums everywhere.

Click here to see some of the empty NFL stadiums.

Stay tuned…

 

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