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Loudest stadium in the NFL?

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could you imagine if we had a stadium that covered 70% of the fans, it would be insanely loud

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well, its not the away teams stadium... unless your the Giants and your playing "at" the Saints

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i might be a little bit narrowminded but fedex field will never be as loud as rfk...

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Fedex has yet to completely sell out all of its seats. When Fedex does sell out its seats, then we will have the loudest stadium.

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Fedex has yet to completely sell out all of its seats. When Fedex does sell out its seats, then we will have the loudest stadium.

and all 90000 are skins fans....we filtered a lot out this past season but next year will be even more dense with burgundy and gold!

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i might be a little bit narrowminded but fedex field will never be as loud as rfk...

because it doesn't have a half-roof to focus the sound. If FedEx had any kind of cover, it'd be deafening inside I'd bet. Its loud enough as it is without.

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we should have the fedex field enclosed! then it will sound like a heavy metal concert for 60 mins.!

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we should have the fedex field enclosed! then it will sound like a heavy metal concert for 60 mins.!

Good idea. Someone tell Danny, if it can help the team win games, I bet he would pick up the check.

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FedEx Field is definantly the loudest and the largest with a capacity of 92,000, nothing else even comes close.

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Quest is the loudest because they designed the stadium to hold sound. Unfortunately Fedex is not designed to hold sound but still gets very loud. Fedex has the potential to be insanely loud. I'm sure those of you who went to the 99 playoff game remember how insanely loud that game was. I couldn't hear my buddy next to me it was so loud.

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Good idea. Someone tell Danny, if it can help the team win games, I bet he would pick up the check.

He was asked about that during his interview here in August. I'm pretty sure he said it would cost an insane amount of money and would take too long to be added to the existing stadium.

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Arrowhead in KC.

But they cheat and run crowd noise through the speakers to assist.

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I say we all should get geeked up on starbucks, it seems to work for those clowns. ;)

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Is it Qwest?

Jansen said in an interview today that the loudest stadium he has ever been in was Qwest.

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Just something i thought about...but what about Dallas....you never year about htem having a very loud stadium, yet it is one of the only stadiums with a retractable roof...if we had it like them, do you think snyder would deliberately leave the roof closed in order to make more noise?

and by they way, it's funny how they have all the groundwork to have some serious home feild advantage, but they never do!

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RFK was definitely the loudest stadium in the NFL. Today, I think it is Qwest. Having just returned from Seattle and having experienced the stadium noise first-hand, let me say it was LOUD. Possibly just as loud as FedEx in 1999 but those Hawk fans sustain their enthusiasm throughout the entire game. There is no booing the home team and they are pumped up on coffee and salmon burgers from start to finish. It was so loud I couldn't wait to get out of there. I think the roof helps but also the stadium is built straight up. The vertical is double black diamond steep. My seats were in the noise bleed and I needed oxygen just to get to my seat. I think the roof, the vertical and the fans make it a very noisey venue. Next year, we need home field advantage!

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RFK was definitely the loudest stadium in the NFL. Today, I think it is Qwest. Having just returned from Seattle and having experienced the stadium noise first-hand, let me say it was LOUD. Possibly just as loud as FedEx in 1999 but those Hawk fans sustain their enthusiasm throughout the entire game. There is no booing the home team and they are pumped up on coffee and salmon burgers from start to finish. It was so loud I couldn't wait to get out of there. I think the roof helps but also the stadium is built straight up. The vertical is double black diamond steep. My seats were in the noise bleed and I needed oxygen just to get to my seat. I think the roof, the vertical and the fans make it a very noisey venue. Next year, we need home field advantage!

I've been to Texas Stadium a couple times, FedEx several times, and Qwest last week. Qwest is the loudest b/c of the roof. Fans were enthusiatic but not knowledgeable about the game. They kept cheering even when Seattle was on offense!! FedEx has the most knowledgeable, enthusiastic, and loudest fans but tough to make it as loud as Qwest given it doesn't have the overhanging roof.

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Just something i thought about...but what about Dallas....you never year about htem having a very loud stadium, yet it is one of the only stadiums with a retractable roof...if we had it like them, do you think snyder would deliberately leave the roof closed in order to make more noise?

and by they way, it's funny how they have all the groundwork to have some serious home feild advantage, but they never do!

Dallas doesn't have a retractable roof. They have a hole that they were to cheap to fill in; so, they said they were keeping it open for God to watch. But you have a point, it is a fairly enclosed staidum. Have been there a couple times and not very loud.

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I know about only 8 NFL stadiums, Qwuest is the loudest I have ever been to. But I'll bet money they could not fill 92,000 week in week out.

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could you imagine if we had a stadium that covered 70% of the fans, it would be insanely loud

If we had a stadium that covered 70% of the fans we would all be deaf and it wouldn't matter how loud we were.

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