This is the second time this season the pipes have burst at FedEx Field.
They are going to need Baker Mayfield to bring his stadium plumber to come and check this out.
Daniel Snyder has been trying to get a new stadium for a few years. Maybe he is sabotaging the pipes to make it seem like the stadium is unsafe, so he has to leave.
The fans are too drunk to care, according to The Big Lead.
The Washington Football Team hosted the Seattle Seahawks on Monday Night Football to close out week 12. During the game a pipe (or multiple pipes?) burst. If that sounds like a story you’ve heard before, that’s because something very similar happened back in September.
The Football Team are playing about as well as the pipes are holding up.
Here is what happened the last time the pipes burst during the season-opening game.
It hasn’t been easy for Washington Football Team fans in recent years — you know, with the losing record, the franchise being embroiled in controversy and the entire NFC East Division often referred to as a “dumpster fire” for its lackluster 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. Most notably, starting quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick was sidelined with an injury 20 minutes into the game.
From there, things went about as well as jaded WFT fans would expect: An exalted defense no-showed; Washington fumbled on its own 3-yard line; it missed a critical field goal and gave up 14 of 18 third-down conversions; and some fans were doused when a pipe broke at the stadium.
Insert your best garbage jokes here. Fortunately for several beleaguered fans, a spokesperson for the team confirmed to ESPN’s Washington reporter, John Keim, that the substance was rainwater — not sewage — and the fans’ tickets were upgraded to suite level for the rest of the team’s 20-16 loss to Justin Herbert & Co.
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