Morgan Moses: We need more Redskins die-hards at home games

By 106.7 The Fan

It was a sea of blue at FedEx Field Sunday. 

The Dallas Cowboys were in town to play the Washington Redskins and by judging from the crowd the game looked like it took place closer to Arlington, Texas than Arlington, Va. 

But did the players on the field notice? You bet. Does it make life harder for the now 0-2 Redskins?

"Obviously it's hard, when you're playing a home game and the away team is outnumbering you in fans," Redskins tackle Morgan Moses told The Sports Junkies Monday. 
"It's hard as an offense to be on the field and it's super loud and it's hard for (our) defense that they're cheering for the opponent's offense," Moses told The Junks. "Obviously we would like to see more of our die-hard fans there."

Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett noticed it too.

"We have a great fanbase. We're so appreciative of the fans we have in Dallas, all throughout Texas, and really, all across the country," Garrett said after the game. "We take great pride in preparing the right way and playing the right way because we have such great support wherever we go."

“Home field” is non existent at FedEx. Always embarrassing

— Alvaro S (@albariton) September 16, 2019

Moses understands there may have not been many in the stands, but the Redskins fanbase wants to win.

"I know they want us to win and obviously, we want to win, but the crowd makes a difference, man," Moses said. "We need every person, every fan that's a die-hard Redskins fan to be there. We need that."

What will the crowd be like next week when the Skins have a Monday night home game against the Chicago Bears?

"We would love to have more fans," Moses said.


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