Every NFL stadium ranked from worst to best

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Every NFL stadium ranked from worst to best: 1. Lambeau Stadium

The NFL has a ton of historically great stadiums. This list proves just that. From a crazy fan base to high-tech facilities, to winning traditions, each stadium presents a different and unique story. None, however, can wrap all three elements together like Lambeau Stadium.

The Green Bay Packers officially opened its doors in 1957. In the process, they’ve done a ton of winning. With four Super Bowl titles to their name, Lambeau Field has a winning tradition. Interestingly enough, the Packers stadium has gone through a few renovations but nothing that truly blows your socks off. But, it doesn’t feel like an old tattered-down stadium, more like a historical one.

The building has seen it all, including the historical “Ice Bowl” game in 1967 between the Packers and Dallas Cowboys. The Packers would go on to win that game and claim its third straight NFL Championship.

Also, needless to say, the Packers have been fortunate enough to get their hands on some of the great signal-callers ever. From Bart Starr to Brett Favre, to, of course, Aaron Rodgers. But regardless of the great moments this building has seen, nothing tops the Lambeau leap.

Following every touchdown, Packer players leap into the crowd and get embraced by fans. Similarly, when opposing players score and attempt to do the same thing, they are unceremoniously rejected and pushed out of the crowd.

Simply put, it’s the greatest tradition and most outstanding stadium in the NFL.

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