NFL Stadiums: Not Necessarily The News
With the New Orleans Saints and the Green Bay Packers kicking off the NFL season Thursday night, Tootie decided she'd talk a little bit about their stadiums, as well as a few others, on this edition of "Not Necessarily The News."
"Hey! I’m Tootie Landry and this is what I found out today! It’s my favorite time of the year and my boys are kicking it off tomorrow night against the packers. So this week, I’m talking about some of the stadiums our “boys” play in each Sunday.
The biggest stadium by capacity is, of course, the house that “Jerry” built! Cowboy stadium, I think it’s bigger than Rhode Island!
Built in 1957, the Packers, Lambeau Field, is the oldest. The smallest N.F.L. venue is Soldier Field. There’s only 61,000 Bears in the stands.
The worst food is definitely served at Lucas Oil Stadium where Peyton Manning plays. The restaurants have been known to serve contaminated food and there’s an ongoing problem with mice!
Personally, I think the best named stadium…. Arrowhead, home of the Chiefs!
Today, NFL Stadiums have become so commercialized! There’s Reliant Stadium, Sun Life Stadium, and Fed Ex Stadium, just to name a few. I wonder what would happen if you get a company… say like… “Trojan” that wants the naming rights?!? I guess we would have to see what would come “up” next! Just saying!
And finally, by far the most diverse place to play football… The Louisiana Superdome! Just think… you could be sitting where someone was sleeping 6 years ago! And I’m Tootie Landry and this is “Not Necessarily the News!”