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The Top Five NFL Stadiums

A good football stadium can make even a losing game not seem like a total loss. If youíre not a fan of one of the top teams in the NFL then at least you may be a fan who gets to watch games in one of the top stadiums the NFL has to offer. Out of all 31 stadiums the NFL teams play in, one man went out and ranked them from best to worst. Thanks to Dan Pompei you can have an idea of where youíd like to view a game.

Coming in first was Qwest Field belonging to the Seattle Seahawks. The stadium offers a beautiful view of Mount Rainier, Puget Sound, the Olympic Mountains, and the Seattle Skyline. From various points in the stadium a fan can view these attractions, along with the game. How does it get any better? The field isnít far from downtown Seattle so a fan does not have to go far to do some pre and post game partying.

The second best stadium belongs to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Raymond James Stadium has a layout all its own. From the palm trees in the end zone to the flags along the top of the stadium, this place really stands out. The north end zone also sports a 103 foot long pirate ship in Buccaneer Cove is what really separates this stadium from the rest. And for those fans who love sun, every part of the stadium gets it so no one is left in the dark.

Coming in third is Houstonís Reliant Stadium. Since the dome is made from a fiberglass fabric, sun is a natural star in this stadium. Enough light is allowed in the stadium for it to have natural grass which the players seem to love and the game will be fun to watch whether the dome is open or closed.

In fourth place is


Ford Field, home of the Detroit Lions. Ranked by Dan as the best indoor stadium ever, the brick and exposed duct work make this stadium feel like a trendy oversized loft that was converted from an oversized factory. With a seven story atrium and a connection to Hudsonís warehouses, Ford Field was built like more of a workplace than a football stadium. Thanks to the Ford family, the field has really invigorated Detroitís downtown area.

And finally, in fifth place comes Cleveland Browns Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio. With this stadium do you not only get to view a good football game but you can also travel a few minutes to view the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Great Lakes Science Center. Even the architects felt they should let fans see some of the city by creating gaps in the seating bowl where fans can look upon downtown Cleveland. Also, with all of the glass in the stadium, a fan doesnít have to feel as confined as in other stadiums where all they see are other fans and the game.


About the Author: Bob is with http://www.ezticketsearch.com & http://www.nflticketsearch.com - providing premium seating in the secondary market to sports, concerts, broadway events and NFL Tickets. Visit my blog http://www.eventoutlet.com to read more NFL articles.

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