All 30 NFL Stadiums, Ranked From Worst To Best

30. FedEx Field — Washington Commanders

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Some Washington fans still believe the old, broken down RFK Stadium — within sight of the U.S. Capitol building — was a better place. FedEx Field, which holds 82,000 for football, is located roughly five miles from D.C. but could be an hour’s drive on some days. The amenities are fine, but nothing special. Many believe the ticket prices are not in line with the quality of the product on the field. With new reports suggesting the team is for sale, one would have to imagine a new stadium would soon follow.