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A Florida kennel at an animal shelter is empty for the first time in history since all of its dogs were adopted.
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It is the NFL’s Week 17, the last game of regular season play. But stadiums still had empty seats all across the country.
Some may try to turn the number 13 into a lucky number, but the empty seats at stadiums across the country defeats that attempt, at least for the NFL’s Week 13 games.
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With Week Seven nearly in the history books, we’re reminded that the days when the NFL could seemingly fill every stadium without much effort, are also in the past.
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By the time the NFL’s Week 3 games had come and gone on Sunday, there were many fans on social media still left wondering why stadiums across the nation seemed so empty.
As Week Two of the NFL’s 100th season kicks off, a quick look through social media finds many fans still wondering about all the empty seats.