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NFL Stadiums Ranked, According To Social Media

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If a live football game turns out to be a dud, fans can still expect a good ROI from their heavily priced tickets by being able to snap a shot of the venue and post a picture on Instagram to flex on all the followers watching from home.

A list of the NFL’s most beloved stadiums, according to IG engagement, was released.

While the top spot matches the rabid fandom of the football fan base out in Texas, some of the picks toward the middle-to-end present some head-scratching nods.

At the end of the list if the newly opened Allegiant Stadiums, which is the permanent home of the Las Vegas Raiders after Mark Davis dropped nearly $2 billion dollars to give the renegade team an improved venue. Considering its incredible design and extravagant fan experience, it may be the mandatory vaccine rule in place that is keeping it out of favor with the fans.

Here is a list of the most Instagrammable stadiums in the NFL:

30. Las Vegas Raiders — Allegiant Stadium

29. Los Angeles Rams and Chargers — SoFi Stadium

28. Tennessee Titans — Nissan Stadium

27. Detroit Lions — Ford Field

26. Atlanta Falcons — Mercedes-Benz Stadium

25. Cincinnati Bengals — Paul Brown Stadium

24. Buffalo Bills — Highmark Stadium

23. Green Bay Packers — Lambeau Field

22. Cleveland Browns — First Energy Stadium

21. New England Patriots — Gilette Stadium (TNML favorite?)

20. Jacksonville Jaguars — TIAA Bank Field

19. Pittsburgh Steelers — Heinz Field

18. Baltimore Ravens — M&T Stadium

17. Denver Broncos — Empower Field at Mile High

16. New York GIants and Jets — MetLife Stadium

15. Washington Football Team — FedEx Field (what!)

14. Carolina Panthers — Bank of America Stadium

13. Kansas City Chiefs — Arrowhead Stadium

12. Minnesota Vikings — U.S. Bank Stadium

11. Indianapolis Colts — Lucas Oil Stadium

10. Arizona Cardinals — State Farm Stadium

9. Tampa Bay Buccaneers — Raymond James Stadium

8. Houston Texans — NRG Stadium

7. Chicago Bears — Soldier Field

6. New Orleans Saints — Superdome

5. Miami Dolphins — Hard Rock Stadium

4. Seattle Seahawks — Lumen Field

3. Philadelphia Eagles — Lincoln Financial Field

2. San Francisco 49ers — Levi’s Stadium

1. Dallas Cowboys — AT&T Stadium

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Written by Alejandro Avila

Alejandro Avila lives in Southern California and previously covered news for the LA Football Network. Guided by Kevin Harlan on one shoulder, Eli Manning on the other, Alejandro joins the OutKick community with an authentic passion for sports, pop culture, America, and episodes of Jeopardy!

 

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  1. Who is ranking these stadiums? Whoever ranked Soldier Field as #7 has never been to a game at Soldier Field. Sight lines are horrible, there’s nowhere to park, very few concession stands which means the lines are too long, and even fewer washrooms which means those lines are even longer. Soldier Field should be #30.

    Lambeau Field as #23 is also a joke. It should be #1. Anyone ranking it lower than #3 has also never been to a game at Lambeau Field.

    This is yet another reason to stay off of social media. It’s inhabited by way too many brain dead people.

    • From this article:
      “A list of the NFL’s most beloved stadiums, according to IG engagement, was released.”
      From the linked article:
      “But some fan bases brag and post more than others. The Action Network recently completed a study to find which fans have posted the most from its own home. ”
      From your comment posted at the end:
      “Who is ranking these stadiums?”

      Seriously dude – learn to read.

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