The Washington Football Team is back like they never left, huh?
Maybe their Week 1 game against the Chargers should’ve been nationally televised, because there’s been no shortage of highlights (and lowlights).
From Antonio Gibson nearly getting his helmet ripped off on a missed call for the ages, Ryan Fitzpatrick leaving early due to a hip injury and Terry McLaurin already delivering a catch-of-the-year contender, fans have seen it all so far.
Well, almost everything.
Early in the first half, Washington found itself trending when a pipe burst in the stands, leading to a THICK stream of water saturating a section of seats.
You really have to see it to believe it.
A pipe burst in the stands at FedEx Field in the middle of Football Team-Chargers on Sunday.
Man, we really hope that’s water.
One fan can be heard saying “That’s sewage.” We obviously can’t confirm or deny that, but it’s still unfortunate nonetheless.
Imagine taking in the Football Team’s first game in about eight months and having your seats soaked by a mysterious liquid because a pipe burst? If that’s not a perfect summation of what life has been like as a Washington fan over the last couple decades, then we’re not sure what is.
Dan Snyder, it looks like you’ve got some questions to answer, because this is inexcusable, especially for the first game fo the year.
Is this a bad time to remind Washington fans that they’re locked into FedEx Field through the 2025 season?