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txns67
12-01-2005, 08:13 PM
These are the Best Pro Football stadium that you makes you feel like a part of the crowd. These are the stadium that are know for quality, fans, and of the best food you've ever ate Here are my choices (Home Teams Are in Paranthesis) #10-Soldier Field (Da Bears); #9-Reliant (Texans); #8 Heinz Field (Stealers); #7Arrowhead (The Chefs); #6-Lincoln Financial Field (Eagles); #5-Georgia Dome (Falcons); #4-Paul Brown Stadium (Bengals); #3-Gillette Stadium (Patriots); #2-RCA Dome (Colts); and #1: Qwest Field in Seattle (Seahawks).

gwallaia
12-01-2005, 08:16 PM
I've only been to 4 different professional stadiums. From my limited expierence I would have to say Reliant is the best.

Those dudes from Buffalo that have been to all the stadiums should have the final word.

What were there names again?

aj.
12-01-2005, 08:18 PM
Peter and Andrew

http://www.thesportsroadtrip.com/nflfavorites.html

Kaiser Toro
12-01-2005, 09:09 PM
Qwest was pretty cool. It just blends into the city. I am heading to the Steelers Bears game in a couple of weeks. Looking foward to seeing how it stacks up.

txns67
12-01-2005, 09:36 PM
I think Qwest was modeled after The Sydney Olympic Stadium. The Best thing about it is the tallest scoreboard which stands about 20 stories high. I think this would be a good place to host the Super Bowl. Speaking of that, we don't have to worry about having it in January. This Super Bowl will be played in Seattle on Christmas Eve. Between The Seahawks and The Colts.

jgl35
12-01-2005, 09:37 PM
Take Lambeau Field over the RCA Dome any day.

txns67
12-02-2005, 05:19 AM
I have been into 3 stadiums besides The Astrodome/Reliant Stadium: Tezas Stadium in Dallas (I think it's showing its age) in 1998; The SuperDome (Before Katrina) in 1999; and Last Year, Atlanta's Georgia Dome. I might plan to go on a road trip to visit every NFL stadium. Where can I find the best fans so i can try to get some free food before gametime?

aj.
12-02-2005, 06:48 AM
I've been in 8 of the 32 and Qwest is the best I've seen. Have yet to visit Baltimore, Pittsburgh, or Tampa and I've heard good things about them. I plan to visit Lambeau for the first time when the Texans play there in '07 or '08 whenever it is... hopefully we'll be good by then but Favre will probably be gone.

MorKnolle
12-02-2005, 09:51 AM
I personally thought the RCA Dome was a piece of crap. The fans there were good but the stadium itself is awful, although they are supposed to be building a new one within a couple years.

txns67
12-02-2005, 03:04 PM
Right Now, Indy is building a new stadium for the Colts, which will also play host to NCAA Basketball Tournament Games, and The Final 4. Ford Field will also host the NCAA Tournament Games and The Final 4. I really DO miss The Pontiac Silverdome. It WAS the FINEST venue for Basketball and Football. It WAS The Best.

TheOgre
12-02-2005, 03:19 PM
Don't ever get to Raven's stadium (whatever it is called now) early. The sight of nothing but purple in every direction will give you a headache. It took my hangover from level 2 to level 6 (on a scale from 1 to 10) just from that color alone.

txns67
12-02-2005, 04:30 PM
It's now called M&T Bank Stadium (Formerlly Known as PSINet Stadium-One of the those major companies-Like ENRON-That went belly-upped).

Kaiser Toro
12-12-2005, 08:11 PM
All I can say about Heinz Field is wow - the stadium, bells and whistles, the fans, location, vendors, after party. Top notch! I will be going every year to see a game there.

The snow in the 3rd quarter was amazing felt like I was at a football game with tones of John Facenda ringing in my ear. Was my second best experience at a game other than our inaugural win.

Speedy
12-12-2005, 11:21 PM
Take Lambeau Field over the RCA Dome any day.After watching Sunday night's game where the Pack was 2-10 going in, and every seat in that stadium was still filled in the overtime period, I don't see how Lambeau isn't #1.

That needs to be something I experience before I die.

Compared to Reliant where I seriously doubt there will be more than 50,000 total bodies including players, their wives, coaches, the press, in that building come Sunday. Don't get me wrong, Reliant can bring it, I just don't think we're anywhere near the top 10 of that list.....yet.

I also can't speak for the food, for I have never bought any food in the 38 games I've attended.