NFL stadiums have gotten bigger and better over the years—at least until the recession hit and taxpayers started asking why they had to help billionaires construct their football palaces.
That said, the best stadiums in the league combine all the modern conveniences you could ever want with the gladiatorial spirit of the NFL game. Of course, as with the product on the field, the NFL is divided into the haves and have-nots when it comes to each team's home stadium.
On one end, you have JerryWorld, the billion-dollar shrine to the Dallas Cowboys in Arlington, Texas, for Cowboys fans everywhere to use as their football Mecca.
On the other end, you have the dregs of the NFL stadium world, which Matt Miller, Josh Zerkle and I discuss in the video above.
Obviously, these are only three of the six or seven truly horrible stadium experiences I've encountered in my time as an NFL fan.
Let us know in the comments below which NFL stadiums you think are the worst.