NFL Week 2 Attendance Disaster Spells Doom For League’s Future

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The NFL debacle keeps going and the fans have officially left the building. The fans have tuned out the league on television and in person in record fashion and no one blames them.

Too many commercials and way too much politics for most sane people.

The only question left is will the fans come back to try to help the beleaguered league survive.

As reported by Breitbart: We don’t yet know what the TV ratings for Week 2 of the NFL season will be. However, ratings aside, the league is still suffering very low attendance numbers.

Last week’s games for Sunday Night Football fell once again over the previous season with the September 9 slate of games down 9 percent over the 2017 season’s openers.

By Monday the numbers looked better for the league, but even as the ratings were rosier over 2017’s numbers, factoring in the fact that TV ratings were in the dumper across the board for the same weekend in 2017 because of Hurricane Irma, the numbers are less spectacular than they appear.

Meanwhile, Week Two also saw some empty stadiums across the league.

According to a post at the Twitter account, Empty Seats Galore, Los Angeles Rams fans “are already fed up” with the league and many empty seats were seen at Sunday afternoon’s game.

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