Every NFL stadium ranked from worst to best

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Every NFL stadium ranked from worst to best: 12. Raymond James Stadium

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers went from perennial losers to Super Bowl favorites for the foreseeable future in the blink of an eye. Once Tom Brady decided to leave the New England Patriots for the sunny skies associated with the Buccaneers in Florida, they immediately nabbed a Super Bowl.

Currently, the stadium of the defending NFL champs is pretty cool. There’s a huge boat and pirates on said ship right in front. There’s also cannons that fire when they get into the end zone.

The stadium holds just over 65,000 fans. It also has 195 luxury suites. A pirate village occupies one side of the end zone and just this past season, it played host to the biggest game of the year, the Super Bowl. Considering how bad this franchise has been for so long, fans have routinely passed by the gates but have seldom walked inside.

Outside of the pandemic stricken 2020 where fan attendance was a moot point, the Buccaneers have routinely held a spot near the bottom of the barrel in terms of attendance. Maybe we’re corny over here but the whole pirate theme they got going on is pretty cool. That, and the endless stream of fireworks, and gigantic screens, we love the stadium.