Thank you Reddit for the best gif ever.
Every year for the last 5 years I've driven from Jersey to Fed Ex field in Landover to watch the Giants vs Skins games. Fans are great. Passionate and decent human beings. Win or lose they are pretty cool. The stadium is a dump though. UGH.
I've also been to the Ravens stadium last year. Fans were very loud, passionate, nice, fun, and although the Giants got creamed, it was a fun day. No place to tailgate though that I could find. Had to park in a garage. Stadium was very nice. I'd go again.
I am aming for Dallas in 2014-15 and I have to get myself to Lambeau to see a Packers Giants game at some point.
Buffalo and NE are also close enough to drive. Albeit far far away.
Ford Field during the 2007 season. Got to sit in a corporate suite
2012 - Cincinnati - Loss - sucked!
2011 - Philadelphia -- Win -- Awesome!
2010 - Indy - Loss
2009 - Dallas - Win -- Awesome to watch the Giants take the first ever game in Cowboys stadium
2008 - Pittsburgh - Win -- Great football town, great time.
2007 - Atlanta - Win -- ok town, terrible stadium
2006 - Jacksonville - Loss -- waterfront stadium, but not much to do in Jax.
Best game was Giants beating Dallas to open the JerryDome. Favorite stadium was probably Pittsburgh, because it's downtown and the fans create a good atmosphere. We had a good time in Philly and the fans weren't as bad as I've heard -- but we were at a 1:00 game, which gave them less time to get liquored up. Philly fans around us said the later the game, the worse the experience for visiting fans. Lincoln Financial Field was actually a pretty nice stadium.
Dallas. I love it when we go into Jerry's world and win! It is exceptionally sweet when we clinch the NFC East in their house!!!
whenever they play in Detroit I'm there. Including that odd one where they played Minnesota after the roof collapsed. Woke up at like 4 in the morning and drove to Detroit to stand in line for 3 hours in like -13 temp to get tickets..... it was worth every second.
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