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NFL’s Week 10 Reports: ‘Empty Seats And Decreased Earnings More Than Ever Before, Players Are…’

Photographs of empty seats keep on making their appearance on Twitter as the NFL’s Week 10 matches make a big appearance on Veterans Day, this end of the week. In spite of the fact that only a couple of players chose to protest the nation on this day committed to our soldiers, fans remained away in huge numbers.

As per Twitter account Empty Seats Galore, the Rams “gave out 60,032 tickets” for the match as they met the Houston Texans beating the Texans 33 to 7.

However, evidently, relatively few fans ended up seeing the match. Take a look:

Even more seats were unfilled at the San Francisco 49ers’ Levi’s stadium as the San Franciscans beat the New York Giants 31 to 21. Check below:

Even on the Veterans Day weekend a few players still proceeded with their protests against the nation, even on the day committed to our fighters. Here’s what Breitbart has announced:

New York Giants defensive end Olivier Vernon took a knee during the anthem and L.A. Rams linebacker Robert Quinn thrust fist in the air as the song played. Elsewhere, Eric Reid and wide receiver Marquise Goodwin of the San Francisco 49ers also took a knee during the song. For his part, 49ers wide receiver Louis Murphy raised a fist during the tune.

They are almost done folks, #BOYCOTT NFL!

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