Every NFL stadium ranked from worst to best

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Every NFL stadium ranked from worst to best: 14. State Farm Stadium

State Farm Stadium is an awesome place for the Arizona Cardinals. From the bright screens and comfortable chairs to the fireworks and loud crowds, State Farm Stadium has it all.

In an effort to repay them for their loyalty, the Cardinals have routinely put out solid teams. They aren’t exactly world beaters but they aren’t bad either. With the keys to the franchise in the hands of quarterback Kyler Murray and wide receiver Deandre Hopkins, arguably the best WR in the league, they could find themselves fighting a Lombardi in the near future, maybe even this year.

Not only is the product on the field pretty good but the building itself has a ton of historical context. A statue of Pat Tillman, a former Arizona Cardinal who died in combat, sits just outside the arena walls. In most cases, every NFL stadium has hosted the Super Bowl but State Farm Stadium has two of the most memorable. Those would include the circus-like catch made by Giants wide receiver David Tyree against Tom Brady and the New England Patriots.