It has been a rough year for the NFL, as has been well-documented and extensively discussed. Attendance at games, television ratings and advertising revenue all have been plummeting, with the loss of many long-time fans for good, due in significant part to kowtowing to George Soros and Black Lives Matter with the false victimization-of-blacks-by-police narrative.
One recent trend, thanks in large part to Empty Seats Galore on Twitter (@emptyseatspics), is noticing how many NFL stadiums are very far from filled during gametime.
There are numerous candidates for Week 12 games likely to feature stadiums with quite a few empty seats, based on recent games there with poor attendance:
Lucas Oil Stadium, at which the 3-7 Indianapolis Colts host the 6-4 Tennessee Titans
— Empty Seats Galore (@EmptySeatsPics) November 12,