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GloryDaze

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  • Birthdate
    11/16/1963
  • Washington Football Team Fan Since
    1971
  • Favorite Washington Football Team Player
    Darrell Green
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    Boston, MA
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  1. Thanks for all the serious responses. It sounds like the 300 level sections are the best because you have to stand in the 100 sections. The 200 level sections (not the first 3-6 rows?) on the home sideline also seem good, but there are not as many of these seats. I also found this website later -- https://www.rateyourseats.com/seating-guide/fedex-field-nfl. For parking, I found the Red Zone lot was good for avoiding traffic heading North. For those of you with a sense of humor, glad I could provide the straight-line for your jokes. And I am aware of the need to send a message to
  2. I'm looking to purchase single game seats for the Jets game. It's definitely the year to get a "discount" on single game tickets.... What section and rows would you recommend? Why? Thinking closest to field might be nice -- are sections 101 & 142 best? Can you sit down during the game these days? How does that compare to sections 121 & 122? What about section 200 seats? Read that there are some issues with obstructed views and first 3 rows? I'm not really interested in those seats right next to the field. Sorry if this has been covered in other posts -
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