There are a lot of things that make a stadium a bad idea, but the one thing they don’t have to be is the kind of crowds that could overwhelm a venue like Foxboro Stadium.
There’s a reason the Patriots and Jets played there in the early days of their NFL careers: The Patriots played on a turf field with no artificial turf, and that was a huge boon to attendance.
The Jets’ field has been a major draw for years, and it will get a boost from the new, more artificial turf that will be installed for the 2019 season.
The Patriots’ stadium is the second-largest in the NFL, but it’s still not the most crowded.
That honor belongs to the Green Bay Packers’ Lambeau Field, which will play host to the Super Bowl.
The Packers also host the NFC Championship game on the field in 2018.
But it’ll be their home field for the first time since they moved to Lambeaus from their current home in Milwaukee in 2010.
The stadium also features the iconic dome that houses the Wisconsin Badgers’ stadium and the current home of the Packers.
The dome will be completely demolished and replaced with a brand-new stadium, which could be ready for a 2018 home opener by the end of 2019.
The NFL’s new stadium, however, will not be the only thing to come into play for the Packers this year.
There are also plans for a new stadium for the Philadelphia Eagles that will take up the entire footprint of their current facility.
The $1.6 billion stadium will open in 2020, which means the Eagles will have the home field advantage of their first decade in the league.
The Eagles also have the option of building a new facility in 2020 that will include a new home for their local sports teams.
That option has been rejected by the NFL for being too costly.
The Philadelphia Sports Council is a nonprofit organization that will help build the new facility.
The new stadium will not have the capacity of the old one, but will be enough to support roughly 30,000 people, according to NFL.com.
The Green Bay Bucks also play in Lambeaux.
That facility is the oldest in the NFC, with a capacity of 28,547.
The Bucks have been the only NFL team to play in the dome since it was built in 1929, and fans have been clamoring for a return.
The Eagles are planning a game there for 2020.
The 2020 Super Bowl is set for Foxboro, Massachusetts, and the stadium’s capacity is expected to be about 18,000.
There will also be a new team stadium, and there’s a chance the Patriots will play in it as well.
That stadium, too, will be a big draw for the NFL.
The stadium’s opening date is set to be the opening week of 2021, and in the coming years, the field will be used for events such as the NFL Draft.