Every NFL stadium ranked from worst to best

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Every NFL stadium ranked from worst to best: 6. U.S. Bank Stadium

You’ll freeze your tail off for sure on most Sundays. You’ll also supremely enjoy your decision to spend your Sunday afternoon at U.S. Bank Stadium.

The Minnesota Vikings have been a bit of an underrated franchise over the past few years, making a number of playoff appearances. Not only that, even while competing against Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers, the Vikings have managed to win their division several times in the process.

Since opening up in 2016, the Vikings new stadium has been flat-out gorgeous. It sports a glass ceiling on one half of the ceiling and a firm structure on the other side. Huge television screens are plastered everywhere and they already have some of the greatest moments in NFL postseason history, including the legendary “Minneapolis Miracle.”

Once fans are in the building, they really get into the game. Their “skol” chants hype up their team no matter what the score says. The biggest issue for the Minnesota home stadium is the lack of great tailgating options. Then again, I guess we can’t completely blame them considering how cold it gets down there.