Every NFL stadium ranked from worst to best

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Every NFL stadium ranked from worst to best: 24. Nissan Stadium

Nissan Stadium has played host to the Tennessee Titans for nearly a quarter-century. During that time frame, the Titans haven’t exactly been a consistent winner. Instead, they’ve mostly flown just at or above the mediocre cut-off point. In fact, for four straight seasons from 2016-2019, the Titans finished the year with a 9-7 record.

It wasn’t until recently that the franchise has gotten some consistency in the success department. With three playoff appearances in the past four years, the Titans have officially evolved from bottom-feeders to viable Super Bowl contenders. It’s too bad we can’t say the same evolution took place on their home turf.

Nissan Stadium has been around since 1999 but it’s just so-so overall. There are no distinguishing qualities whatsoever. Even their tailgating, something that’s supposed to be met with enthusiasm and reverence, is mostly blah overall.