Not so fun fact, enthusiasm for the team wasn't just limited by pandemic regulations. Fear and maybe even some fan push back might also factor into numbers that were almost as disappointing as the final disappointment which concluded the season.
Here's a cleverly worded piece that attempts to downplay locals voting with their feet.
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At the end of the 2020 regular season, the National Football League just barely broke 1.1 million fans attending games, less than a tenth of the number that attended games in the prior year. With 40% of football stadiums around the league hosting only cardboard cutouts, Kansas City's Arrowhead Stadium was a rare exception even among the 19 stadiums that allowed in-person attendance.