Every NFL stadium ranked from worst to best

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M&T Bank Stadium
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Every NFL stadium ranked from worst to best: 19. M&T Bank Stadium

Since M&T Bank Stadium first opened its doors in 1998, the franchise has seen two Super Bowl winning teams walkthrough ever since. Both were anchored by Hall of Famer Ray Lewis. While today’s Ravens are always in the thick of things, no one expects them to take home a Super Bowl.

Even with their championship window not as wide as it used to be, fans of the franchise continue to support. Currently, the Ravens have arguably the most exciting quarterback in the league in Lamar Jackson.

All around, it’s a decent stadium to attend and play in but it was truly one of a kind when Lewis donned the purple and black. Every Sunday the all-world linebacker would strut his way to the end zone through a cloud of smoke where he would do his always entertaining “squirrel dance.” The crowd would get fired up each and every time. That was all the home team needed as they would spend the rest of the game giving opposing teams hell.