Every NFL stadium ranked from worst to best

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Every NFL stadium ranked from worst to best: 10. Hard Rock Stadium

The success of the Miami Dolphins over the past few seasons hasn’t been exactly noteworthy. After all, they’ve made the postseason just twice in the past two decades.

Still, even with the lack of success, Dolphins fans have paid their hard-earned money to fill up the 65,236 seats of Hard Rock Stadium.

Officially, the doors to the stadium opened up in 1987. The Dolphins home stadium as a whole is pretty impressive. In total, it cost $115 million to build and it’s been used time and time again for numerous big-time events. Six Super Bowls have been played here, including most recently in 2020. Two World Series have been played here as well.

As of late, the stadium has been used as a hotspot for boxing. Floyd Mayweather Jr. took on social media star Logan Paul at the Hard Rock Stadium earlier this year and Canelo Alvarez defended his Super Middleweight titles earlier this year with a knockout win over Avni Yildirim. Between the great seats, awesome sights, and perfect weather, you can’t go wrong.