The last time they played at FedEx Field, the Redskins got booed off the field after every failed offensive possession, at the end of the first half, again throughout the third quarter, and at the end of the game by the few that remained.

Three weeks later as they return to their home stadium for the first time, the Redskins are in danger of having very few fans to either cheer or boo them.

As of Friday, thousands of unsold tickets remained for Washington’s game against the St. Louis Rams.

According to SeatGeek — a site that tracks ticket sales to sporting events and concerts — the Redskins’ tickets are selling on the secondary market for as little as $4 apiece, with the standing-room-only tickets listed for as little as $3. Lower level tickets are on sale for as low as $25, and even the “Dream Seats” behind the Redskins’ bench are listed on the re-sale market for well below their value, at $91 per ticket. Those tickets normally go for several hundred dollars apiece.

The average price of the tickets to the game is just $31, which would represent the cheapest average price for a regular season Redskins home game since 2009, according to SeatGeek.

Since September, Redskins ticket prices have dropped 64 percent. Originally, tickets went for an average of $87 apiece, and the figure dropped to $51 in October, $38 for November home games and then $31 this week.

The Redskins, now guaranteed of their seventh losing season in the last 10 years, have two more home games — Weeks 16 and 17 against Philadelphia and Dallas, respectively.