AFC West

Denver Broncos
Mile High Stadium
Invesco Field

Oakland Raiders
McAfee Stadium

Kansas City Cheifs
Arrowhead Stadium

San Diego Chargers
Qualcomm Stadium
AFC North

Baltimore Ravens
M&T Bank Stadium

Cincinnati Bengals
Riverfront Stadium
Paul Brown Stadium

Pittsburgh Steelers
Three Rivers Stadium
Heinz Field

Cleveland Browns
Municipal Stadium
Cleveland Browns Stadium
AFC South

Indianapolis Colts
RCA Dome
Lucas Oil Stadium (2008)

Tennessee Titans
LP Field

Jacksonville Jaguars
Alltel Stadium

Houston Texans
Reliant Stadium
AFC East

New England Patriots
Gillette Stadium

Miami Dolphins
Dolphins Stadium

New York Jets
Giants Stadium

Buffalo Bills
Ralph Wilson Stadium
NFC West

Seattle Seahawks
Husky Stadium (1994, 2000-01)
Qwest Field

St. Louis Rams
Edward Jones Dome

Arizona Cardinals
University of Phoenix Stadium

San Francisco 49ers
Monster Park
NFC North

Detroit Lions
Ford Field (2002)

Green Bay Packers
County Stadium
Lambeau Field

Minnesota Vikings
New Vikings Stadium (2012)

Chicago Bears
Memorial Stadium (2002)
Soldier Field (1971-2001, 2003)
NFC South

New Orleans Saints

Tampa Bay Bucaneers
Raymond James Stadium

Carolina Panthers
Bank of America Stadium

Atlanta Falcons
Georgia Dome
NFC East

Philadelphia Eagles
Veteran Stadium
Lincoln Financial Field (2003)

New York Giants
Giants Stadium

Washington Redskins
RFK Stadium
FedEx Field

Dallas Cowboys
Texas Stadium
New Cowboys Stadium (2009)
Defunct NFL Teams
Houston Oilers

Baltimore Colts
Memorial Stadium

Los Angeles Raiders
LA Memorial Coliseum
Chicago Cardinals
Solider Field

Portsmouth Spartans
Universal Stadium
New NFL Stadiums with Super Bowl Dreams
The NFL has 2 planned new stadiums coming in the next few
years that the plans are now final.  They are the
new Dallas
Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, TX and the Indianapolis Colt's
Lucas Oil Field.  The Colt's stadium will open in 2008, while the
Cowboys stadium will open the following season.   

Having a new stadium in a warm weather stadium is almost a
guaranteed ticket to host a Super Bowl.  Shortly after the plans
were finalized, Dallas was awarded Super Bowl XLV.  Having
100,000 seats was a major factor in getting a Super Bowl so
early.  The NFL is very excited about having 30,000 additional
tickets to sell as opposed to recent Super Bowls.

Lucas Oil Field is lobbying for a Super Bowl, but the city
infrastructure has been the biggest liability in getting the Super
Bowl to Indianapolis.  They fall well short of the minimum hotel
room requirement, and the NFL does not was another
embarrassment like Super Bowl XXXIX in Jacksonville.  
Jacksonville was not ready for a Super Bowl, and it showed.  But
that will not stop the Colt's from applying to host Super Bowl
Proposed Stadiums
Some cities are in desperate need of new stadiums to keep their team, or in LA's case
- to receive a team.  Here is the latest news on these cities.
   San Diego's new stadium bid
   San Francisco's new stadium bid
   Minneapolis new stadium bid
   Los Angeles' Coliseum renovation
NFL Stadiums by Team
The NFL stadiums are not even close to
as rowdy as college stadiums, but there
are some that can compete with even SEC

Rowdiest NFL Stadiums of 2007
1. The RCA Dome
The defending NFL champs have been
accused of pumping in sound to the Dome
to increase the difficulty of opponents to
play.  Colts are expecting to go 8-0 at
home this year, but have a tough
November match-up with the Patriots.

Qwest Field
Home of the NFL 12th man, fans in the
bird cage rock Qwest Field and give their
Seahawks one of the best home field
advantages in the game.  
Los Angeles is set to get a NFL team by 2010.  One option for a stadium to
field their NFL team is the
LA Memorial Coliseum.  Major renovations will be
 The Coliseum is a cool stadium, but didn't it already fail with the
Raiders, what's different this time?