If you are a Redskins player, coach or owner — would you rather have fans in the seats booing or empty seats?
Indifference isn’t an option for Redskins fans — at least not yet. It may be someday as a coping device because it takes energy to be outraged.
But Redskins fans are not there yet. They still have enough passion left to express rage, which may reach a level we have never seen before if Jim Zorn and Co. find a way to lose to the Detroit Lions on Sunday.
If that happens, remember — Caps season opens Oct. 1.
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