Every NFL stadium ranked from worst to best

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Every NFL stadium ranked from worst to best: 29. TIAA Bank Field

As a franchise, the Jacksonville Jaguars actually started off pretty impressive. When they were first introduced in 1995, they went on to make the playoffs in four of their next five seasons. After their early success, however, everything has been downhill.

The Jaguars have made only three playoff appearances since 2000. Even with the meager success of the franchise, their stadium is a pretty cool one. The seating colors sport a bright light blue and their screens are one of the biggest in the entire NFL. But, they do have a few drawbacks.

Since the stadium was built in 1995, there isn’t much room between the seats which makes the entire arena feel cramped. The overall stadium feels archaic as well. For what it’s worth, owner Shad Khan has dished out serious cash to improve things. The arena now dons a pool in the premium seating area.

It’s a nice touch to a stadium that feels like it needs more of a facelift as opposed to a few bandaids to mask all of its old issues.