MetLife Stadium Was Embarrassingly Empty For The Giants/Washington Game

New York Giants (Credit: Screenshot/Twitter Video https://twitter.com/NYPost_Schwartz/status/1480238185892487169)

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Not many people showed up Sunday to watch Washington beat the Giants.

WFT beat the Giants 22-7, and the stands were embarrassingly empty, despite the fact tickets didn’t cost much at all. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

According to Jordan Raanan, tickets were selling for as little as $6! Yes, you could get into an NFL game for the price of a beer at a bar.

Yet, people still didn’t care. Spending $6 was still too much for fans to pack MetLife Stadium. Check out how empty the stadium was in the video from Paul Schwartz.

It’s absolutely pathetic.

It’s amazing how much of a dumpster fire the Giants are as a franchise. Not winning is one thing. That happens all the time in the NFL.

Teams go through highs and lows. It’s part of the business, but once the fans give up on you, you know you’re in trouble.

There’s no excuse for NFL tickets to ever cost $6 or for a stadium to be pretty much empty. Clearly, fans have thrown in the towel, and that’s bad news for Joe Judge’s job security.

It’s a sad state of affairs for the Giants, and that’s putting it lightly.