NFL Empty Seats Watch: Which Stadiums Are Most Likely To Be “Attendance-Challenged” Week 12

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

Paul Brown Stadium, at which the 4-6 Cincinnati Bengals host the 0-10 Cleveland Browns


MetLife Stadium, at which the 4-6 New York Jets host the 7-3 Carolina Panthers


Levi’s Stadium, at which the 1-9 San Francisco 49ers host the 6-4 Seattle Seahawks


Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, at which the 7-3 Los Angeles Rams host the 8-2 New Orleans Saints. (Despite this being a matchup of two surprisingly good division leaders, the recently-relocated-from-St. Louis Rams do not have much of a fan base.)


One place, it should be noted, that is not likely to feature a lot of empty seats on Sunday is Philadelphia. The Eagles, who have the NFL’s best record at 9-1 but who have never won a Super Bowl, have a currently very enthusiastic fan base, as can be seen from this video from a few days ago, of fans doing an Eagles chant while at a Sixers NBA game:

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