Despite their cellar-dwelling status for the bettter part of the past two decades, the Cleveland Browns have done a swell job filling FirstEnergy Stadium.
Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem like that’s extended to Week 4 of this season against the Cincinnati Bengals. In a game between the two winless Ohio rivals, it sure looks like there’s plenty of empty seats.
That’s bad. Really bad.
— Matt Curren (@mattcurren1) October 1, 2017
Some will point to exterior factors as to why the stadium is so empty. But that’s likely illogical. The Browns and Bengals have to be considered two of the worst teams in the NFL thus far this season. They are a combined 0-6 on the season and are averaging less than 15 points per game.
Taking on one another Sunday, it’s not necessarily the hottest of tickets in Ohio.