NFL Backlash Continues – More Empty Seats In Week 11

The NFL is still feeling the pain from the kneeling protests. The NFL backlash continues into week 11 as there are still loads of empty seats at NFL stadiums.

The Kansas City Chiefs and New York Giants squared off at MetLife Stadium. In the past these two teams would not have any trouble packing the house. Not the case this week.

Some fans took to Twitter to show how empty the stadiums around the league were.

Another tweet came from the Giants official Twitter account, showing loads of empty seats just minutes before kickoff.

Another Giants fan made a joke at the expense of his favorite teams.

Another Giants fan compared his team’s stadium to the Cleveland Browns stadium.

The Arizona Cardinals paid a visit to the Houston Texans. Kent Somers, a reporter for AZ Sports Central, pointed out there were “lots of empty seats.”

Jaguars vs Browns had a very weak turnout. Brett Martineau took to Twitter to show some footage of the embarrassingly empty stadium.

The Bears have had some really weak turnouts in 2017. Today was no different. Even in a game against the bitter rival Detroit Lions.

https://twitter.com/Crayestout/status/932305365164875778

At Hard Rock Stadium in Miami there was an in-state game between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Miami Dolphins. There were a ton of empty seats.

In Minnesota two of the top teams in the NFC squared off when the Minnesota Vikings took on the Los Angeles Rams. Hard to tell by looking at the loads of empty seats.

The NFL has a serious problem on their hands and it’s only getting worse.

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