Archive for July, 2013

Behind the Scenes of the NFL Draft

The NFL is an amazing sport, not only because of the game itself, but also the loyalty and passion of its fans. This passion is reflected in the stadiums of various teams, which can fit close to 100,000 people and are built to intimidate opposing teams. The following are a few stadiums that are some of the best to watch an NFL game, no matter what team you are a fan of. Cowboys Stadium This $1.3 billion dollar structure is one of the most modern stadiums on the planet, Columbia satellite tv, and the largest domed stadium on the planet. The stadium sits 80,000 fans, but can fit up to 110,000 fans with the extra standing room behind each end zone and around the stadium. What puts the experience over the top is the huge high definition television that is fifty yards long. Century-Link Field Home of the Seattle Seahawks, this stadium is not the largest in the NFL with room for 67,000, but it has acquired a reputation for being one of the loudest stadiums in the nation. This is because the number of false starts by opposing teams averages higher than any other stadium in the NFL.