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FedEx Field is Empty for Redskins-Jets Game

LANDOVER, MD - NOVEMBER 17: Sam Darnold #14 of the New York Jets throws a pass for a touchdown to Daniel Brown #87 (not pictured) during the first half against the Washington Redskins at FedExField on November 17, 2019 in Landover, Maryland. (Photo by Will Newton/Getty Images)
New York Jets v Washington Redskins | Will Newton/Getty Images

The NFL is the best sport to watch. Unless it is a matchup that features two all-time bad, embarrassing, and hopeless teams past the midway point of the season. Example: Today, the 2-7 inept Jets traveled to FedEx Field to take on the 1-8 abysmal Redskins in front of a bunch of empty seats.

Perhaps some fans will say, "Well, I wasn't going to sit out in 44 degrees to watch that." But don't let them fool you. They wouldn't have come to watch that if it was 30 degrees nicer. And I don't blame them. Few games in NFL history project to be as horrific as this one. So much so, somehow, these prices still seem too high:

I mean, if you are going to spend $31.98 (you would probably take a date), you might as well go see Ford v Ferrari with a large popcorn and maybe a drink depending on your city.

Don't get me started on the parking, either.