Top 10 NFL Stadiums

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This is my list of the top 10 NFL stadiums based on size, look, outside of the stadium and more. Hope you like it!!! Don't agree with the list? Vote for an existing item you think should be ranked higher or if you are a logged in, add a new item for others to vote on or create your own version of this list.

The Top Ten

1
Cowboys Stadium - Dallas Cowboys
This makes my number1 spot because the inside is huge and the seating is really cool and don't forget about the huge jumbotron and the stadium can open and close.

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2Lucas Oil Stadium - Indianapolis Colts
Only been to 5 stadiums in the NFL, but of those Lucas is by far the best. Everything from price to fan atmosphere to overall experience, the other stadiums don't even come close. Check it out sometime.
Though it's not very big the inside says it all. The seats are one of the best in the NFL and the huge window in the front of the stadium is awesome. The stadium can also open and close.

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3CenturyLink Field - Seattle Seahawks
CenturyLink Field is the best stadium because of a design feature cause by the relatively narrow plot of ground its built on. The design is somewhat tall and narrow, with the two arches that were intended to keep the rain off of the fans also act as parabolic reflectors that gather and focus the crowd noise back down onto the field.
I think we need a Super Bowl in century link or San Fran sometime soon. That is, we should unless the NFL adds that new wimp rule about only playing in warm stadiums (obviously we could still do San Fran but we couldn't do centurylink)
Loudest in the WORLD! The design is amazing with the arches and how each fan is close to the game. I have been many times, and will continue to go to watch the Seahawks dominate. Super Bowl XLVI champions, baby! I can't hear haters over the 12th man.
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4Reliant Stadium - Houston Texans
Probably the NFL's best stands the inside look is really coll and how the stands are set up. Like the others the stadium can open and close.

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5University of Phoenix Stadium - Arizona Cardinals
Like Lucas Oil Stadium it's not very big but the inside is very cool like the words saying "REDZONE" on both sides of the stadium.

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6Heinz Field - Pittsburgh Steelers
Perfect representation of Pittsburgh. Traditional horse shoe shape, open end facing the skyline and three rivers. Also, it is outdoor and grass the way football should be played. Lambeau, Soldier, Heinz and Arrowhead are the best. Century Link would be next - only because of the turf, but the architecture is the best.
Home of the 6 time Super Bowl champs! The traditional architecture of the stadium really expresses the old fashioned building style of Pittsburgh (So does PNC Park). The seating is great and I figure the steelers will get 20 more years out of Heinz.
This stadium is so cool and favoritee part about it is the city in the background. The yellow seats are my favorite colored seats in the NFL.

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7Invesco Field - Denver Broncos
As we all know the famous thing about Invesco Field is the very tall stands witch makes it on my list. And the atomosphere is really cool.

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8Raymond James Stadium - Tampa Bay Buccaneers
First of all you have to start with the pirate ship right outside the stadium that people can walk on and then talk about the inside and the outside. There is no down side at all.

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9Dolphin Stadium - Miami Dolphins
This one might not be the best, but some of my dearest memories are from there. And for me it's the best ever!
This stadium is just an all-around stadium like the circulur walkway to get to the stands or the atmosphere outside the stadium. This is one of my favorite stadiums.

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10Lambeau Field - Green Bay Packers
What is this? Lambeau Field at 13?!
Come on guys, get real. The Frozen Tundra is the legacy of football stadiums. Oldest in football, with the most history. Includes a Packers hall of fame with about 80 exhibits, a replica of Vince Lombardi's office, and the 4 super bowl trophies. And then there is the tradition of the Lameau leap. Can't beat it. Plus the stadium has sold out every game since 1959.
Number one. Hands down. Fan owned, outdoor, grass and has gotten better with each addition. It is by far the oldest and best of them all.

The Contenders

11MetLife Stadium - New York Giants & Jets

12M&T Bank Stadium - Baltimore Ravens
Best. Stadium. Ever. Ravens!

13Candlestick Park - San Francisco 49ers

14Sports Authority Field at Mile High - Denver Broncos

15Fed Ex Field - Washington Redskins
The second biggest NFL stadium right behind Cowboys Stadium. This stadium has yellow and red seats to match the teams colors and the stands are really high and I like that too. My honerable mention was Gillete Stadium who got 11th.

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16Arrowhead Stadium - Kansas City Chiefs
Tailgating starts sometimes 48 hours before the game, complete with the best barbecue in the world, KC BBQ. The fans are so passionate and loud even though the Chiefs aren't very good right now.
I've been here! It's so loud and it's definitely a college football-type atmosphere. Also, the tailgaiting is amazing!

17Soldier Field - Chicago Bears
NY Times Architecture critic said that this stadium broke the mold. It is a futuristic style, that is purely functional, answering the call of fans that complained they were too far from the field. The architect brought the fans closer and this stadium will ultimately stand the test of time.

18Gillette Stadium - New England Patriots

19Ford Field - Detroit Lions

20Qualcomm Stadium - San Diego Chargers

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