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The NFL is working to improve the game experience to meet the challenge of HDTV and the comforts of home, so we decided to have some experiences of our own. What we found at NFL games in 12 markets may surprise you.
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- On Any Given Sunday
- Quest to connect
- Testimonials highlight annual drive
- More stats and information, please
- Ravens roll out small-town feel
- Rockin’ out in Charlotte
- What’s that noise at the Georgia Dome?
- Angry sky and quiet boards
- No longer biggest, but still good
- Working up the crowd in St. Louis
- Don’t make stadiums an information vacuu...
- Nothing like a good tailgate
- Flyovers: Feel the power
- In-game locker room video still rare aro...
- Assessment of NFL video boards
- Wi-Fi networks fall short without help
- Around the league, other interests
- Final thoughts on game days