The Redskins are such a tremendous mess. The team is 3-9, reportedly fighting internally over whether or not Robert Griffin III should be given another chance as a starting quarterback, and of course still drawing criticism over their name. Everything is going great for Dan Snyder's franchise.
If anyone in the Washington area is brave enough to stomach it, tickets for Sunday's game against the Rams are cheap and plentiful.
There are, as of Friday evening, 6,165 tickets available on StubHub.com. The cheapest tickets are $4.25, including fees, for standing room. If you want a seat you'll have to fork over a whole $7. The discounts aren't just for the nosebleeds either. Field-level seats along the sidelines start as low as $36.
According to The Washington Post, Redskins tickets are 64 percent cheaper than they were in September. They're selling for an average of $31, compared to $87 at the start of the season.
So, if you're in the mood to watch Colt McCoy and Shaun Hill duke it out on Sunday, look between your couch cushions for some loose change and head out to FedEx Field.
- Dan Gartland