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What was missing from Thursday night’s NFL game? Only the CROWD, shocking photos reveal

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The crystal ball peering into the NFL’s future doesn’t look promising.

Television ratings have been declining ever since players started taking a knee for the National Anthem, and now, according to recent photographs, fans aren’t going to the games either.

Pictures taken inside San Francisco’s Levi Stadium, where Colin Kaepernick’s anthem protest began, show a near empty stadium for Thursday night’s game that pitted the San Francisco 49ers against the Los Angeles Rams.

Judging by the photos it appeared to be have more empty seats than fans.

National anthem protests main reason NFL ratings tanked, survey finds.

Meanwhile Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett is giving the black power symbol to fans after making tackles.

As Daily Caller reported, the stands filled in a little bit more near halftime, but appeared to remain mostly empty.

According to ESPN’s Darren Rovell, 63,500 tickets were sold for the event, but it appears thousands of those fans had better stuff to do.

The angry, anti-American stance by many players is not going unnoticed by Americans, and if the NFL wants to save its sport it better correct it.

Fmr NFL star says ratings dump is because league’s brand is ‘anti-Americanism and thuggery.’

h/t: Daily Caller.

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Carmine Sabia


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