20. NFL Stadium Rankings: NRG Stadium
The home of the Texans, NRG Stadium has already played host to two Super Bowls, including the first overtime affair in the history of the big game. The field itself is nice and the fans get into it but the lack of big moments outside of Super Bowls hurts the must-see factor a bit.
19. NFL Stadium Rankings: Ford Field
A major upgrade over the Silverdome, Ford Field has been the home of the Detroit Lions since 2002. The designers get major points for allowing a ton of natural light into a domed stadium through windows that provide a nice view of downtown Detroit. This building has yet to host a playoff game so it will be interesting to see how loud Lions fans get with some January football.
18. NFL Stadium Rankings: Nissan Stadium
Let’s take a look at the Titans’ stadium next. Located on the East Bank of the Cumberland River, Nissan Stadium already has one memorable moment to its name as the host of the Music City Miracle in 1999. This building isn’t sexy but it works well as a multi-use venue that can also host plenty of concerts.