The NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE is the most popular sport in America today. Taking a weekend trip to see your favorite team can be a fun and exciting experience. Trying to figure out how to get around the city you are visiting and what to do can be a challenge. However, we have all the information you need here to make your trip to see a NFL game an enjoyable one. Use the links to the right or the map below to explore any stadium and city you would like to visit.
Baltimore Ravens: M&T Bank Stadium
Buffalo Bills: Ralph Wilson Stadium
Cincinnati Bengals: Paul Brown Stadium
Cleveland Browns: Cleveland Stadium
Denver Broncos: Sports Authority Field
Houston Texans: Reliant Stadium
Indianapolis Colts: Lucas Oil Stadium
Kansas City Chiefs: Arrowhead Stadium
Jacksonville Jaguars: Everbank Field
Miami Dolphins: Sun Life Stadium
New England Patriots: Gillette Stadium
New York Jets: Meadowlands Stadium
Oakland Raiders: Coliseum
Pittsburgh Steelers: Heinz Field

San Diego Chargers: Qualcomm Stadium
Tennessee Titans: LP Field
Arizona Cardinals: University of Phoenix Stadium
Atlanta Falcons: Georgia Dome
Carolina Panthers: Bank of America Stadium
Chicago Bears: Soldier Field
Dallas Cowboys: Cowboys Stadium
Detroit Lions: Ford Field
Green Bay Packers: Lambeau Field
Minnesota Vikings: Metrodome
New Orleans Saints: Superdome
New York Giants: Meadowlands Stadium
Philadelphia Eagles: Lincoln Financial Field
St. Louis Rams: Edward Jones Dome
San Francisco 49ers: Candlestick Park
Seattle Seahawks: CenturyLink Field
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Raymond James Stadium
Washington Redskins: FedEx Field
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