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LANDOVER, MD - SEPTEMBER 12: Fans cheer before the game between

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For as long as most of us can remember, the Washington Washington Football Team have had a sellout crowd at their home games.

That’s one thing that we could guarantee; whether they win or lose; they always had a sellout crowd!!!  That went on for 50 years!!

Well, yesterday at FedEx Field, the home of the Washington Football Team, that streak was broken when 25,000 fans didn’t buy tickets to see Washington play The Colts.

The Washington Football Team announced that the attendance was 57,013.  The capacity of FedEx field is 82,000; which means about 25,000 people didn’t buy tickets for this game.

Even if the crowd was smaller than usual, it made itself heard Sunday: Boos rang out a few times during a sloppy performance in which the defense couldn’t get Andrew Luck off the field when it mattered most and the offense couldn’t get in the end zone.

Not only did they lose in attendance, they lost the game 21-9.

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