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Sport FedEx Field is Empty for Redskins-Jets Game

21:55  17 november  2019
21:55  17 november  2019 Source:   thebiglead.com

Report: Haskins expected to keep starting job after bye

  Report: Haskins expected to keep starting job after bye Dwayne Haskins is expected to remain the Washington Redskins' starting quarterback coming out of the team's Week 10 bye, sources told Mike Garafolo of NFL Network. Redskins interim head coach Bill Callahan was non-committal when asked Tuesday about naming a starter, emphasizing he would take the bye week to conduct "self-scout evaluation," according to Grant Gordon of NFL.com. Haskins, the 15th overall this past April, made his first NFL start in Week 9, playing a turnover-free game in a losing effort versus the Buffalo Bills. The rookie has thrown four interceptions in three appearances and is still seeking his first career touchdown pass.

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.

a group of baseball players that are standing in front of a crowd© Provided by Sportority, Inc. (Minute Media)

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.

New York Jets are first team in Super Bowl era to score 34 points in three straight games .
The New York Jets became the first NFL team in the Super Bowl era to score 34 points in three straight games.For the third straight week, New York hung 34 points on an opponent, this time throttling the previously surging Oakland Raiders 34-3 at MetLife Stadium.

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