On the Roster
Not a single one YET !!! one of my dreams is to travel to The States and watch a NFL game...I of course prefer Gillette Stadium
Hey man ,,,I'm the number one Pats fan from Vancouver??Husky Stadium in Seattle (when the Kingdome was blown up) Typical college stadium - loud and a great place to watch a game.
Q'West Field - lots of people love it out here on the west coast. It is nice, hate the field turf - loud, tonnes of amenities. Am so excited that the Pats are out here for an exhibition next summer. My first opportunity to see the Patriots live. I live approx. 2 hours to the north, just over the Cdn. border. The bottom bowl is super close to the action. The upper bowl has rows and rows of seats I believe 50 rows from the start of the upper bowl to the very top. Saw Bledsoe throw the Cowboys game away last year.
I was fascinated by this and looked up the details:- Shea Stadium. Went to a game on the late 70s. Only thing I recall at this point was that some birdbrain came up with the idea of having a model airplane display (the buzzing gas powered things) at halftime, and one of them hit and killed a fan.
This year I added:PATS GAMES (Record):
Gillette Stadium (4-2) - love having a stadium away from the city, much like a college game; night games are great to watch
Giants Stadium (3-0) - Pats 2nd home, hard to dislike it
FedEx Field (0-1) - surprisingly poor venue for its age
Bank of America Stadium (1-1)- great night-game experience
Georgia Dome (1-0) - VERY loud, atmosphere like an NBA game
Heinz Field (1-1) - great football atmosphere, fans may be annoying
Cleveland Browns Stadium (1-0) - not too different from a lot of new stadiums
Lincoln Financial Field (1-0) - best stadium I've been to (fans, another story)
Dolphin Stadium (0-1) - great Pats fans representation ruined by 0-21
ALLTEL Stadium -not a bad seat in the house
Qualcomm Stadium - went to Padres games ages ago, can't remember much