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The best SE football stadium in the nfl


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Best se nfl stadium  

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  1. 1. Which stadium is the best?

    • Superdome (New Orleans Saints)
      6
    • Raymond James Stadium (Tampa Bay Buc's)
      11
    • Georiga Dome (Atlanta Falcons)
      1
    • Bank of America stadium (Carolina Panthers)
      19
    • Alltel Stadium (Jacksonville Jaguars)
      4
    • Reliant Stadium (Houston Texans)
      13
    • The Coliseum (Tennessee Titans)
      6
    • Dolphins Stadium (Miami Dolphins)
      1


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i picked the coliseum. i have a lot of good memories there (back when we were winning). boy that place used to be a tough place to play too. the sides are pretty steep so the sound is funneled down to the field. many an offsides have been called because of this.

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Yes I know....I am a die hard Panthers fan and you just can't beat the electricity from being at a home game but Reliant stadium is probably even nicer than the new Cardinals stadium soon to come online. By the way, I moved back from Phoenix 2 years ago when they broke ground for their new stadium and my cousin says they call it the Mother-ship now.

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Reliant is the nicest to me though I'm very impressed by the Carolina's stadium. I love the unique touches on Raymond James.

The new Cowboys stadium in Arlington may be the best in a couple of years.

Are there any renderings...I would love to see the new concept

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Are there any renderings...I would love to see the new concept

The final renderings are closely guarded and will be released in the next couple of months. It will be a retractable roof stadium similar to Reliant. It is supposed to be 20 stories tall and seat 75k but for major events like a Superbowl seating is expandable to 100k. Unfortunately it will not be built in Dallas but in Arlington near the Rangers' stadium and Six Flags over Texas.

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The final renderings are closely guarded and will be released in the next couple of months. It will be a retractable roof stadium similar to Reliant. It is supposed to be 20 stories tall and seat 75k but for major events like a Superbowl seating is expandable to 100k. Unfortunately it will not be built in Dallas but in Arlington near the Rangers' stadium and Six Flags over Texas.

It sounds like a great Stadium....Too bad it is not being built DT

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It sounds like a great Stadium....Too bad it is not being built DT

No doubt. The original idea was to build it at the site of the Cotton Bowl in Fair Park which is adjacent to downtown and really one of the best-known and most historic parts of Dallas. Those plans had the stadium being directly connected to condos and an entertainment complex that would've been completely unique.

Yet Dallas' mayor didn't want to spend any money on the project and felt it was a waste. Instead we're going to flood the Trinity River through downtown and turn it into a lake so it looks more like a real river than a creek and build three artsy Calatreva bridges across it.

Loco grande.

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Of course I am biased but I chose BOA stadium. You cant beat an outdoor stadium with a skyline backdrop. And the skyline is about to be expanded so I can't wait to see it on TV. I got direct tv just so I can see my Panthers play. I am about to purchase my sunday ticket now!!!

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I got direct tv just so I can see my Panthers play. I am about to purchase my sunday ticket now!!!

I've got Directv and NFL Sunday Ticket, and I love it. I don't even need Sunday Ticket to watch the Saints, but for a football fan, being able to watch every NFL game on TV is something beautiful. :D

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I like all those Stadiums ! The Pirate Ship sets-off Raymond James Stadium in Tampa. Reliant looks great too !

Based on the Players poll.

Tampa's Raymond James Stadium ranked number one

followed by

BofA Charlotte

A2

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1. Houston (with youth comes beauty)

2. Carolina (despite the outdated skyline used in that pic)

3. Tampa (I've always loved that ship, I used to think that they used cannon balls when I was little and worried about the crowd)

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Despite what all of these rediculous Carolina homers think, Reliant Stadium is by far the coolest new stadium in the NFL. It is massive, very very tall, and has a retractable roof. It compares as one of the best new stadiums anywhere.

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Despite what all of these rediculous Carolina homers think, Reliant Stadium is by far the coolest new stadium in the NFL. It is massive, very very tall, and has a retractable roof. It compares as one of the best new stadiums anywhere.

Maybe you should reread all the posts before you make a comment about the Carolina homers. All but one chose Reliant Stadium first then B of A 2nd (including myself).

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Maybe you should reread all the posts before you make a comment about the Carolina homers. All but one chose Reliant Stadium first then B of A 2nd (including myself).

...of those that responded.

Do you think that people from outside Carolina are the reason why it leads in the list?????

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...of those that responded.

Do you think that people from outside Carolina are the reason why it leads in the list?????

I don't know ...all I know is that the Panthers are my team and when I vote ...I vote honest and that is why I chose Reliant. "Those" that responded are the ones I was refering to. They clearly stated that Reliant was a better looking Stadium. By the way if I had to choose a 3rd....it would Nashvilles :thumbsup:

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By the way if I had to choose a 3rd....it would Nashvilles :thumbsup:

The Coliseum is a decent place to watch a football game, but the building has no character whatsoever. It is pure symmetry. There is nothing really interesting about the stadium at all...not a strange spot about it...that's why I don't like it. Good stadiums have their oddities or are at least not completely symmetrical. I would prefer if something was offset or something...but that's why I'm not a huge fan of Nashville's stadium (I'm more of a college football fan anyways :) )

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