Redskins fans hide faces, call for Bruce Allen's firing in Miami

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By 106.7 The Fan

The winless Washington Redskins played the winless Miami Dolphins Sunday and the attendance at Hard Rock Stadium was... well, interesting.

While the number of Redskins fans going to games at FedEx Field has been a hot topic, visiting fans may have come close to equaling or outnumbered home fans Week 6 in Miami.

A couple more shots. pic.twitter.com/2TVXXt4MhQ

— John Keim (@john_keim) October 13, 2019

FWIW: Lots I went through must’ve been all the Dolphins fans. This wound up being about 35-40% #Redskins fans. Lots of empty seats too.

— Craig Hoffman (@CraigHoffman) October 13, 2019

However, not all of the Redskins fans were willing to be seen supporting the team.

You know it's rough when... pic.twitter.com/MVxPFQK2IC

— FOX Sports: NFL (@NFLonFOX) October 13, 2019

Some fans found the humor, making reference to the 1994 film "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective" with an homage to Ray Finkle. 

Redskins fans hide faces, protest Bruce Allen in MiamiMichael Reaves/Getty Images

Another just went right to the point: Crying Jordan.

 Redskins fans hide faces, protest Bruce Allen in MiamiMichael Reaves/Getty Images

One person hired a plane to fly a banner over the stadium to demand team president Bruce Allen be fired by owner Daniel Snyder. (A common sentiment among many in the DMV.)

Redskins fans asking the Dolphins for help. Banner plane over Hard Rock reads “Help Skins Fans Fire Bruce Allen!” pic.twitter.com/EZ3zuvEJCV

— Mike Cugno (@MikeCugnoCBS4) October 13, 2019

And inside the stadium, a few Redskins fans who wished to remain anonymous had the same idea, but this time asking for Snyder himself to be deposed as the owner of the franchise.

"SELL THE TEAM SNYDER!!!" the anonymous fan's sign read.

@BurgundyBlog Reporting Live from Hard Rock Stadium! pic.twitter.com/S8yJ5fMAEu

— Coach Alec Meintzer (@CoachMeintzer) October 13, 2019

Washington scored first with a 25-yard touchdown pass from Case Keenum to rookie Terry McLaurin and the Redskins got their first win of the season 17-16 thanks to a big day from their rookie WR.

Scary Terry TDs are fun. Terry McLaurin has his 4th TD of the season, #Redskins up 7-0. #WASvsMIA pic.twitter.com/zuprIQd0YL

— 106.7 The Fan (@1067theFan) October 13, 2019

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