Another week, another instance of NFL fans skirmishing in the stands.
This week’s installment comes from FedEx Field, where the Commanders hosted the Eagles on Sunday.
It is unclear from the video just how many combatants were involved, but it appeared to involve at least a half-dozen fans between the two teams.
A fan in an Eagles jersey put a Commanders fan in a headlock toward the end of the video and the two went down to the ground, with the Eagles fan on top.
One fan, who appeared to be separated from the action said: “Get the f–k out of here, dude!”
Then, another fan, who also did not appear to be involved in the fight, yelled: “Yeah EAGLES!!!!!!”
The Eagles ultimately won the game, 38-31.
The 7-1 Eagles have a 1 1/2- game NFC East lead over the 5-2 Cowboys, who they host this Sunday.
Whether it’s because fans have become more unruly or that onlookers record these fights on their phones and frequently share them on social media or a combination of both, it seems there have been more and more brawls at NFL games of late.
In just the past month, a Raiders fan was thrown down the stairs in a fight at a Chargers game, a fan suffered a broken bone and had teeth knocked out during a fight at the Seahawks-Giants game at MetLife Stadium, Cowboys and Chargers fans fought all over SoFi Stadium and Bears fans fought amongst themselves at Soldier Field.
Earlier this month, The Post’s Andrew Marchand made a plea to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to clean up “incessant, violent” fights inside the league’s stadiums.
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