Every NFL stadium ranked from worst to best

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Every NFL stadium ranked from worst to best: 30. FedEx Field

The Washington Football Team opened the doors of FedEx field back in 1997. It doesn’t seem to matter if they play in this stadium or their much more aesthetically pleasing former stadium, RFK in Washington D.C., the franchise has never found an elongated amount of success.

In total, WFT is currently sporting a losing record as a franchise at 611-613-28. Their playoff record isn’t too impressive either, holding a 23-20 record. Despite the middling success, WFT does have five Super Bowl appearances and three Super Bowl rings.

It’ll be a long time until they make another run to the biggest game of the year but the fans have continually supported the 79,000 seat stadium.

It isn’t a particularly great-looking stadium and it appears to be a bit outdated. That said, owner Daniel Snyder is preparing to open up a brand new stadium in 2027.