This weekend I'll be heading to Kansas City to visit Arrowhead Stadium for the second time, so today I will list off my four favorite football stadiums to watch a game in:
1. The Metrodome (Minneapolis, Minnesota) -- While my head says it is the worst possible place to watch football, my heart says it is the best. I love every blue plastic seat in that building and I will weep when it is gone. Having said that, it needs to go.
2. Quest Field (Seattle, Washington) -- My unbiased pick. Great atmosphere, great seating arrangment (it feels like you're right next to the field no matter where you are), great view (especially if the sun is setting over the skyline during the game). An all-around great experience.
3. Arrowhead Stadium (Kansas City, Missouri) -- The shape of the stadium gives a majestic feel to the action on the field. Great hot dogs too.
4. Ralph Wilson Stadium (Orchard Park, New York) -- You can't beat the football atmosphere here on a cold November afternoon. The swirling wind will hit you in the back of the neck all day and make you feel like you're in paradise. Also, RW has the best bathrooms of any stadium I've seen -- they're right there in the stands. As soon as you open the door of the men's room you're watching the field again.