Jan 6, 2013; Landover, MD, USA; A Washington Redskins fan sits in the stands after the Redskins

FedEx Field nearly empty after halftime between Chiefs, Redskins (Photo)


On a good day, the Washington Redskins have been painful to watch. But today? Trailing 38-10 to the Kansas City Chiefs? I’m starting to think painful would be a compliment and I’m guessing I’m not the only one.

Thanks to a 28-point deficit, the crowd at FedEx Field, home the to Washington Redskins was looking relatively abandoned as the CBS broadcast returned for the second half.

Understandably, venues do look slightly bare at the break as people head to the concession stands, take a bathroom break or just get up to stretch their legs but that’s a bit over the top.

Granted, there was some snow falling and it was possible the weather would grow worse by the end of the game, but that’s a pretty empty stadium.

Tough times for the Redskins, no doubt.

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  • Soldier

    It had nothing to do with the light snow that hit Washington. Philly got hit much harder and the Fans all mostly stayed. It’s because the Redskins put on a pathetic performance for their Fans. It’s like they’re not even trying anymore. That one guy that looks like he is about to cry when he appears to be one of the very few fans to stay and watch that embarrassing performance is one of the saddest looking pictures I’ve ever seen.

  • Soldier

    Oh, I thought that was a Fan at the Skins/Chiefs game. I can see why that guy is kind of sad when Redskins lost to Seahawks because Redskins have been one of the worst teams in the NFC East for a long time and everyone knows how competitive/hard it is to win this Division. This isn’t the AFC East thats for sure.