The Washington Redskins are finishing up their season at home today against the Philadelphia Eagles, but you'd never know that based off what happened before the game.
When the two teams took the field before kickoff, the Redskins were booed loudly at home. It probably wasn't mainly because of disgruntled home fans either.
As you can see in the second video below, there are A LOT of Eagles fans in attendance today. It makes sense too.
Philly is playing for a playoff spot, plus its a relatively short trip.
">December 30, 2018
Redskins fans had reason to groan (and Philly fans reason to cheer) on the first play of the game, when Washington quarterback Josh Johnson threw an interception.
Fortunately for the 'home' team, Philly followed suit with an interception of its own on its first drive. The score remains 0-0 early in the first quarter.
Philadelphia needs a win and a Minnesota loss to the Bears to earn a wild card berth.