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It has not been easy for fans of the Washington Football Team in recent years – you know, with the losing record, the franchise has been involved in controversy and the entire NFC East Division is often referred to as a “dumpster four” for its sleek performance as a whole last season – and Sunday was no exception.
In Washington’s season opener against the visiting Los Angeles Chargers, a series of unfortunate events unfolded at FedEx Field. Especially starting quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick was put on the sidelines with an injury in the 20th minute.
From there, things went as well as tired WFT fans would expect: An exalted defense did not show up; Washington fumbled on its own 3-yard line; it missed a critical field goal and gave up 14 out of 18 thirds-down conversions; and some fans were doused when a pipe broke into the stadium.
– Darren M. Haynes (@DarrenMHaynes) September 12, 2021
Insert your best junk jokes here. Fortunately for several besieged fans, a team spokesman to ESPN’s Washington reporter, John Keim, confirmed that the drug was rainwater – not wastewater – and fans’ tickets were upgraded to suite level for the rest of the team’s 20-16 loss to Justin Herbert & Co.
“The leak came from a storage tank filled with rainwater. We gave the fans in the section the opportunity to move to a suite for the rest of the game, and we will give them tickets to a game of their choice in They also got Washington Football Team gear , “the WFT spokesman told Keim.
Here they hope they got Taylor Heinicke jerseys.