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The Best Stadium Experiences of the AFC South

Steve Shoup

Though the AFC South may be lacking in top-down parity thus far in this 2014 season, it is certainly not lacking in outstanding venues at which to see an NFL game. And the only way to experience them for yourself is by saving big on every NFL ticket, every day via ScoreBig.com!

4.) EverBank Stadium
If you’re looking for Jacksonville Jaguars tickets, EverBank Stadium is an excellent place to watch an NFL game. It boasts some of the cheapest seats available—just remember to pack some sunglasses to enjoy that nice Florida sun. Also, if you’re the kind of fan who likes to knock back a few cold ones before the game (and who among us isn’t?), EverBank has some specialized cabanas set up specifically for your tailgating pleasure.

3.) LP Field
Your destination for Tennessee Titans tickets, LP Field is a beautiful, open-aired stadium with eye-catching architecture and wonderful sight lines. Tickets are always affordable and their isn’t a single bad seat in the house. Moreover, it’s location on the banks of the Cumberland River in the heart of Nashville ensures there’ll be a fabulous social scene full of things to do around the stadium on game day as well.

2.) NRG Stadium
Famous for being the first NFL stadium equipped with a retractable roof, NRG (formerly Reliant) Stadium has been rewarding Houston Texans ticket buyers with an amazing stadium experience since the team entered the league as an expansion franchise in 2002. You don’t have to take my word for it that NRG is a phenomenal place to watch a sporting event—just look at the fact that it routinely hosts NCAA Final Four and Regional basketball finals, or the fact that it’ll host the 2017 Super Bowl.

1.) Lucas Oil Stadium
Home to Indianapolis Colts tickets after the team’s longtime RCA Dome was demolished earlier this decade, Lucas Oil Stadium might just be the most visually-pleasing NFL stadium there is. Its façade is a wonderful combination of red brick and limestone that pays homage to the designs of other hometown arenas like Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Hinkle Fieldhouse, and Fairgrounds Coliseum. Its retractable roof and window wall provide excellent aesthetics during both afternoon and night games. Most importantly, the crowd is always engaged and raucous, so you know the atmosphere won’t be beat.



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