Get to know D.C. with our daily newsletter
We dive deep on the day’s biggest story and share links to everything you need to know.
Craigslist has posted more than 1,000 ads for Redskins tickets in its local tickets section since Sunday.
Nearly all the ads, as far as I can tell, are for sales of pairs or groups of tickets to this Sunday’s Skins/Eagles game.
Steve Czaban, the voice of the fan on Dan Snyder’s sports station, WTEM, called on fans to kickstart a “Give Your Tickets to an Eagles Fan” movement for the game to protest the ineptitude of Redskins management.
The Skins have no realistic shot at the postseason after the loss to Cincinnati.
As if the meaninglessness of the game for the Redskins, Snyder’s beer and parking costs, and advances in TV technology didn’t provide enough incentive to follow Czaban’s lead and stay home, weather.com predicts rain and a high of 40 degrees on game day.
The only reason to show up would be to see if or how many fans boo Clinton Portis, Santana Moss, Jason Campbell and Jim Zorn.
Come to think of it, that might be enough to get me out there.