Hilarious One-Star Yelp Reviews of NFL Stadiums
There’s nothing like going to an NFL stadium for a game. You can watch your favorite team, then light up the stadium on Yelp if things don’t go your way.
Yelp has become the great equalizer for patrons of establishments all over the world, with the threat of a one-star review hanging over every business from here to Timbuktu.
The NFL is no different. Be prepared to enter a world of bags just one inch past the acceptable length. Of overpriced beer and cocktails. Of stale hamburgers, undercooked chicken and frozen tater tots.
Check out these hilarious one-star Yelp reviews for all 31 NFL stadiums.
Arrowhead Stadium: 'The Poor Little Girl Next to Us Was So Confused'
Team: Kansas City Chiefs
Location: Kansas City, Missouri
"The digital banner shows during the opposing team offensive plays GET LOUD, and during the home team offensive plays LOWER YOUR VOICES OFFENSE AT WORK. SO DISRESPECTFUL!!!!! I get the fun in 142 decibels, but the poor little girl next to us was so confused at her very first football game, sad way to start her off as a football fan." — Jessica F. (2017)
How loud is Arrowhead Stadium? Chiefs fans have set the Guinness World Record for loudest stadium twice. In 2013 (137.5 decibels) and again in 2014 (142.2 decibels) during a Monday Night Football game against the New England Patriots.
The record still stands. So maybe bring some noise-canceling headphones for the kiddos.
Or just leave them at home.
AT&T Stadium: 'It’s Clear Jones Is All Show'
Team: Dallas Cowboys
Location: Arlington, Texas
"Worst stadium service I've ever seen, it's clear Jones is all show. I'm an out of state customer. That was extremely disappointing and think it's hilarious that this type of human could be in government. Pathetic." — David S. (2018)
There’s a lot to unpack here. Mainly that while Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is a very wealthy, influential man ... he is not part of the American government.
Which begs a bigger question of how we look at NFL owners: Have they become so powerful that they rival actual members of the government?
On second thought, let’s not look too deep into this.
Bank of America Stadium: 'Toothless High School Dropouts'
Team: Carolina Panthers
Location: Charlotte, North Carolina
"We were sitting in section 513 in row 1A. As my buddy was walking up the steps, one of the teams ran a play, so my buddy stopped at the top of the steps so he wasn't blocking the vision of people in the seats as he went by. The Usher started screaming at him to sit down! No joke, not polite, or friendly just rude and a jerk. Then after my buddy sat down, the usher came over and started arguing with us. Really? I was completely floored by this guys behavior. Are these the type of people you hire to be ambassadors to Charlotte? You might want to look a little longer for employees, or not hire toothless high school dropouts." — Bob S. (2014)
Let’s establish that most of the one-star reviews on Yelp for Bank of America Stadium are complaints about the ushers and security. This is the only one that’s safe for public consumption.
Feel free to view the rest, but we’re on the side of Bob’s buddy. As long as you’re not impeding traffic, feel free to stop and watch a play.
Broncos Stadium at Mile High: 'It Wouldn’t Let Me Give a No Star'
Team: Denver Broncos
Location: Denver, Colorado
"It wouldn't let me give a no star so I am begrudgingly giving a single star. Can't even give the food at Bronco Stadium a single star. The food was unsatisfying and underwhelming. I've been to other professional football stadiums and though they too are overpriced their food is of a more substantial quality. It's a shame when you go someplace and get such inferior food that an elementary school cafeteria has better quality food. My child pushed her food away and wouldn't finish it." — Clayton C. (2019)
It’s important to understand that most of the reviews on Yelp for stadiums — the one-star reviews, at least — generally have to do with complaints about the food. And usually, people make solid arguments.
But to say that the stadium food is bad because a kid wouldn’t eat it? What are the stadiums supposed to do, sell chocolate milk and pizza rolls?
CenturyLink Field: 'This Place Is a Blight on Seattle!'
Team: Seattle Seahawks
Location: Seattle, Washington
"The amount of trash, vomit, smashed glass in the surrounding area is disgusting not to mention hazardous. Why can't they hire a firm to help with clean up in the immediate areas around the stadium. The constant barrage of fireworks going off, even before a game starts, is terrifying to local pets. Why can't they offer to re-fit windows on the surrounding buildings to make them more sound proof or offer vouchers for people to do something outside that area for the day, or just quit it with the battery of cannons they let off. Let me remind you they make MILLIONS every game!" — Alex D. (2018)
You didn’t read that wrong.
For the inconvenience of having an NFL team in the city, Alex wants his windows re-fitted and vouchers for every home game to go stay in a hotel outside of the greater Seattle area? Is this real life?
Here’s another option for having a problem with the noise in your NFL city: Move to another city.
Dignity Health Sports Park: 'Very Unnecessary Stressful Experience'
Team: Los Angeles Chargers
Location: Carson, California
"The security at Stub Hub Center for entry into the stadium is over the top. They won't allow any ladies to carry any type of bag even if it's for a cell phone and ID and credit cards. It was a very unnecessary stressful experience this weekend during the 49ers and Chargers game." — Kelly H. (2018)
Maybe the trip to Dignity Health Sports Park (once known as the StubHub Center) was this individual’s first time going to an NFL game. Or concert. Or any sort of event in the last 10 years because it’s been a long, long time since stadiums allowed anyone (lady or not) to bring in a bag.
The Chargers started playing this place home in 2017 and are only in the 27,000-seat stadium until 2020, when they move to Los Angeles Stadium at Hollywood Park.
FedEx Field: 'Terrible Owners, Terrible Fans, Terrible Prices, Terrible Sport'
Team: Washington Redskins
Location: Landover, Maryland
"Terrific traffic, terrible experience, terrible owners, terrible fans, terrible prices, terrible sport - don't support this team and don't support this league." — S.G. (2019)
In Yelp reviews, precision is the most underrated quality. And, man, is this one precise.
While the reviewer probably meant "terrible" instead of “terrific” for traffic, we get the point. It reinforces what we know about the Redskins already.
People hate the owner. People hate the team. People hate the prices. Enough said.
FirstEnergy Stadium: 'Factory of Sadness!'
Team: Cleveland Browns
Location: Cleveland, Ohio
"Nobody goes here expecting the browns to win....the surrounding bars are an awesome pregame experience and if you buy a Bud Light in the Stadium you are a fool......Get hammered on W.6th st before the game, watch the browns lose for 3 hours, then head back to the Barley House.....Do not spend any money in the Factory of Sadness!" — Fast E. (2016)
Can you copyright a Yelp review? Because this reviewer might be onto something by naming the Browns' home stadium the "Factory of Sadness," which is a hilarious nickname.
Also, we can see that the advice here is not for amateur-hour drinkers. This is next-level stuff about how to approach gameday consumption.
Ford Field: 'Never Wanna Watch NFL FOOTBALL EVER AGAIN'
Team: Detroit Lions
Location: Detroit, Michigan
"You make me never wanna watch NFL FOOTBALL EVER AGAIN for promoting something ridiculous you Suck!!!" — Jackie D. (2017)
NFL fans are really amazing. The stadium can be a marvel, but if the team is bad, you’re going to get reviews like this. And can you blame them?
In the 17 seasons since Ford Field opened, the Lions have made the playoffs three times, losing all three times in the NFC wild-card game.
On top of that, the team has never won a Super Bowl, and Detroit's last NFL championship was in 1957. So forgive Lions fans if they're a little frustrated.
Gillette Stadium: 'Probably Have to Sleep Overnight'
Team: New England Patriots
Location: Foxborough, Massachusetts
"Monster of a facility but, try to get out. Probably have to sleep over night. We are still in the parking lot and it's been one hour after game end. Lambeau Field experience was 10 minutes in the lot and out onto main streets doing speed limit. Home in 15 minutes. Nice attempt at a facility for everyone to enjoy but plan on coming early and staying late." — Andy F. (2018)
Ah, the Lambeau experience. Maybe the whole "10 minutes in, 15 minutes home" happens at games in Green Bay, where they have the smallest market for any pro team in North America.
But in Boston, it’s gonna be a little tougher to get in and out. Because there are 4.6 million people in the greater Boston area. And all those Super Bowls.
In NFL parlance, this is what we call a "first-place problem."
Hard Rock Stadium: 'Worst Pizza I’ve Ever Eaten'
Team: Miami Dolphins
Location: Miami Gardens, Florida
"Worst Pizza I've ever eaten: 'MSC Cruises' pizza in the stadium. Why a cruise company is trying to run a pizza stand in the food court is beyond me. I could not eat more than two bites..if their cruises are as bad as their purported '...gourmet pizza' I'm certainly not going!" — Gregory H. (2019)
Not for nothing, but the reviewer here has a great point. In what universe does a cruise line find itself in charge of selling pizzas at an NFL stadium?
I mean, this is Miami so we know it’s kind of an "anything goes" mentality but how does this happen?
And why would you actually purchase pizza from this place?
Heinz Field: 'Crooks'
Team: Pittsburgh Steelers
Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
"Really, i came to watch the Steelers not get robbed by the price of parking and beer. What a joke. 9.50 for 1 16 oz beer. Crooks." — Bryan T. (2017)
There must be some serious beer consumption at Heinz Field, because the majority of the one-star reviews have to do with either the price of drinks or people having too many drinks.
But for the love of all that is good and holy, how do people not understand that stadium drinks are expensive?
Lambeau Field: 'Sorry Green Bay'
Team: Green Bay Packers
Location: Green Bay, Wisconsin
"Historic field and great props to the amazing Vince Lombardi the legend of my childhood but my love of football lands with another team. Sorry Green Bay." — Jim S. (2018)
If you go through the annals of one-star Yelp reviews, you’ll come across some gems like this — wink-winks that give the stadium props but also throw them under the bus.
And it’s kind of great and fitting for the Packers, who trail only the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park and the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field for longest-tenured tenants at their current stadium.
Levi’s Stadium: 'Makes Me Want to Ball Up and Cry'
Team: San Francisco 49ers
Location: Santa Clara, California
"Embarrassing to all niner fans and a joke to this franchise and the community, this stadium is boring , plain, and makes me want to ball up and cry compare this stadium to any other built within 5 years and you'll want to ball up and cry due to the lack of effort put into it. Not to mention the fact that u cant even walk around the stadium before the game starts because they restrict every section and almost all areas for club access only. Such bs and this stadium isn't a good place for families or does it give a good vibe of a family and welcoming evironment as candlestick was I miss candlestick :(" — Marc S. (2019)
Missing Candlestick is totally understandable.
While Levi’s Stadium is state of the art and already has hosted a Super Bowl and a College Football Playoff championship game, it’s lacking a lot of Candlestick’s panache.
And most of that comes from having to drive over an hour to get to the stadium, opposed to just strolling down from the wharf. Which was awesome.
Lincoln Financial Field: 'Cheesesteak, Chicken finger, Crab Fries'
Team: Philadelphia Eagles
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
"The food here is terrible. Your food options are basically this: hot dog, cheesesteak, chicken fingers, crab fries, or soggy and flavor-less fries. You can't even buy an ice cream cone .... To avoid the overpriced garbage they peddle in the stadium, I wanted to bring an actual Philly soft pretzel into the stadium. I placed it in my clear bag … security wouldn't let me bring in my pretzel because it wasn't wrapped in clear plastic. It was loose in my clear bag (which I had to argue to a supervisor was a plastic bag, so technically it was wrapped in clear plastic). Apparently safety isn't really their concern..." — David S. (2016)
We can look past the sheer ridiculousness of trying to bring a pretzel into the stadium. Or trying to tie it to stadium safety, somehow.
What we can’t stand for is any disparaging remarks about Chickie & Pete’s crab fries, because those things are delicious.
Also, Chickie & Pete’s signed a five-year contract extension with the Linc in 2017, so crab fries are here to stay.
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum: 'Dirty Restrooms, Bad Good and Overpriced Merch'
Team: Los Angeles Rams
Location: Los Angeles, California
"I attended my first Rams game at the Coliseum in the late 60's, which is the same decade they should have torn this dump down. I have many great memories of watching the Rams of the 60's and 70's, then hanging out at Julie's afterward. I also have many memories of impossibly long lines for dirty restrooms, bad food and overpriced merch. Some things never change. Why can't decades of bureaucrats see what a crap hole this place continues to be? Oh it's LA, that makes sense. I am really glad to have Rams back in SoCal and will suffer another season if that is what it takes, but this facility should go the way of the Red Car — torn down and thrown in the ocean." — Vic. R (2019)
When you say you’ve been going to games at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum for six decades, we’re going to listen.
And it gives us the warm fuzzies to think of fathers and sons and mothers and daughters passing down the stadium’s legacy of paying too much money for food, drinks and gear.
Enjoy it while it lasts. The Rams — who played in the Coliseum from 1946 to 1979, then 2016 to the present — move to $4.9 billion Los Angeles Stadium at Hollywood Park in 2020.
Lucas Oil Stadium: 'They Acted Like I Was High'
Team: Indianapolis Colts
Location: Indianapolis, Indiana
"So the Diet Coke, at all the concession stands on the level we are on, don't work. Yet they still sell Diet Coke after Diet Coke. I went back and the girl tried to fix it but couldn't because the manager told her not to change out the tank, or whatever it is, in the back. Then they acted like I was high when I asked for my money back. I took the Diet Cokes they gave us and went to the next stand down the way and asked if their Diet Coke was working and was told very plain and simple 'no, I'm sorry it's not.' So I ended up with a Sprite." — Kathy B. (2016)
So there are some questions that we need answered after reading this review.
What were they giving people if it wasn’t Diet Coke? Were they just giving them actual Coca-Cola? Was it just flat Diet Coke? What were people paying for if it wasn’t Diet Coke?
All jokes aside, Lucas Oil Stadium hosted two Final Fours and a Super Bowl in its first decade of existence, which is pretty amazing.
M&T Bank Stadium: 'Sold Expired Food'
Team: Baltimore Ravens
Location: Baltimore, Maryland
"Sold expired food (cracker jacks). Then when we returned it, they said all they have is expired and reshelved the expired food. Just the topper to the staff's attitude." — M.C. (2015)
Previous to reading this review, maybe we just assumed that Cracker Jacks were like Twinkies and were one of those foods that never expired.
Who says going to the stadium is just meant for entertainment purposes?
In that spirit, M&T Stadium is better known as Ravens Stadium, a much cooler name. Built for a paltry $220 million two decades ago, it’s right next door to Camden Yards.
Mercedes Benz Stadium: 'Complete Nightmare'
Team: Atlanta Falcons
Location: Atlanta, Georgia
"I don't ever want to go back to this stadium. I don't want to type out a long story like most people, but here are my major complaints. It felt like a parking deck. Completely cold — all cement. In our seats we couldn't see the top half of the big screens (so instant replays were useless). And exiting was a complete nightmare. For some reason, there was no clear way to exit, so we were forced to climb over 3 foot concrete barricades. While attempting to leave an employee started shutting a gate on the visitors — including a man in a wheelchair. Horrible experience and will not be returning." — A.M. (2017)
Let’s just establish early on that there is a lot of hate directed toward the $1.6 billion Mercedes Benz Stadium. But most of the criticism centers on leaving the stadium, not the stadium itself.
This is a common complaint from many one-star Yelp reviewers, who make getting home once the game ends seem like you’re in "The Warriors" (the 1979 cult classic film) trying to make it back to Coney Island alive.
Mercedes Benz Superdome: 'Stupid Power Outage'
Team: New Orleans Saints
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana
"Thanks Super Dome, for screwing up the biggest sporting event in the world with a stupid power outage. That's 35 minutes of my life I will never get back." — Chuck S. (2013)
Rarely are we able to put one-star Yelp reviews in historical context, so that’s why this is such a find. To wit, while hosting Super Bowl XLVIII between the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers, the Superdome lost power in the third quarter for 34 minutes.
It turned out the power outage wasn’t the Superdome’s fault, but a faulty relay device at an electrical vault a quarter-mile away and run by Entergy, the Superdome’s power company.
In other words, knowledge is power.
MetLife Stadium: 'Everything Is Gray. Dull and Gray.'
Teams: New York Giants and New York Jets
Location: East Rutherford, New Jersey
"As for the stadium itself — everything is gray. Dull and gray. There's no atmosphere or energy in the air when you're in this place. I mostly attend ny giants games and couldn't be anymore annoyed walking into and out of that stadium. All they have are 2 slow escalators at each entrance all the way up to the upper tier, so it takes a good 20-25 minutes to get to your seats (if your in mezzanine or upper tier). Oh and the great part is when leaving the stadium they close off one of the escalators because it was a complete disaster a few times when they were both open. I'm talking about the types of scenes you see on Black Friday at a Walmart!! A 1.3 billion dollar piece of garbage. Other than that if you enjoy expensive food and $13 beers this place is for you!" — Nevio N. (2019)
The most expensive stadium ever built at the time it opened with a price tag of $1.6 billion (not $1.3 billion), MetLife Stadium has never been known for its warm and friendly atmosphere.
A lot of that could be contributed to the Giants and Jets, who share the stadium, disagreeing on the aesthetic and coming away with this bland monstrosity.
NewEra Field: 'There Is No Santa'
Team: Buffalo Bills
Location: Orchard Park, New York
"If orchard park wanted to install a dump they should have saved about 300 million dollars and just put they're garbage in a pile, it's nice for the Patriots to have a place outside foxboro for a promised win every year but the product brought forward by this decrepit team is lacking and sad, might as well tell your children there is no Santa then have then witness there is no God (except Tom Brady) in Buffalo." — Ty J. (2015)
Winner winner, chicken dinner. What an amazing ether rag of a review of a run-down stadium and a run-down team.
Want to know how you can put all of your bad feelings and emotions about your team into one Yelp review? This is it.
As far as Tom Brady’s record against the Bills? He’s 28-3 overall and 14-2 on the road through the 2018 season.
Nissan Stadium: 'Twice as Many Men’s Restrooms as Women!!'
Team: Tennessee Titans
"Pathetic!! Twice as many men's restrooms as women!! If I lived in Nashville, I would do a big protest!! But since I don't, I will let everyone I know not to attend anything here!!! So you don't think women should attend anything here!!!" — Penny H. (2017)
Nothing wrong with a little fact-checking. According to the city of Nashville’s website, Nissan Stadium has 40 women’s restrooms, 26 men's restrooms and 12 restrooms designated as "family restrooms" … so there are actually almost twice as many women’s restrooms as men!!
Also home to one of the greatest playoff endings of all time, when the Titans topped the Bills on the "Music City Miracle" in 2000. Just the facts, ma'am.
NRG Stadium: 'A Vast, Uninspiring Cavern'
Team: Houston Texans
Location: Houston, Texas
"Reliant Stadium is a vast uninspiring cavern. … Sure it holds 80,000 people or so, but it has zero charm. At least these days the Texans (oh, there's an original name for you) occasionally win a game or two. As for the concessions...about what you'd expect at any large public venue unfortunately. Obscenely overpriced mediocre food sold from under a heat lamp, crap wine, and obnoxiously expensive watered down beer. The big bar on the club level East Side is served by several arrogant no talent bartenders who would rather spend their time flirting with the hot chick at the other end of the bar." — Scott M. (2011)
Lots to process here. But let’s not overlook that for once one of the reviewers paid the team a compliment.
Our questions about this review go straight toward the watered-down beer. Watered-down cocktails are one thing, but beer? Is this prohibition-era Chicago? How do you water down beer?
This place is bona fide — it’s hosted two Super Bowls and two Final Fours since 2004.
Paul Brown Stadium: 'A Steaming Pile of Garbage'
Team: Cincinnati Bengals
Location: Cincinnati, Ohio
"Paul Brown Stadium is easily one of the worst things about Cincinnati … ugly on the inside and outside. Restrooms look like they belong in a prison. Signage is often terrible. Can take 30 minutes to get to the upper section. Only the club level doesn't look like an industrial wasteland. The stadium takes up a staggeringly huge amount of prime, riverfront real estate, but is barren 99% of the year. Whether the Bengals are playing well or not, PBS is a steaming pile of garbage on the riverfront and makes Cincinnati less for having it there." — Scott G. (2011)
These are the kind of reviews you can expect on Yelp when the NFL team playing in the stadium hasn’t won a playoff game since 1990. It could be the Taj Mahal in its prime, and you’re going to get people complaining.
This is particularly pointed because the reviewer seems to have a depth of knowledge about the stadium, which was built for $455 million in 1998.
Raymond James Stadium: 'Just Don’t Eat the Turkey Leg!'
Team: Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Location: Tampa, Florida
"Went to a bucs game and had a good time. However, ate a turkey leg during the game and spent the rest of my night in the bathroom! All other experiences at the stadium how been pleasant, just don't eat the turkey leg!" — Alex H. (2016)
Hey, if there’s a chance you might get sick from eating the turkey leg, it’s like the reviewer says, just don’t do it.
An interesting fact about Raymond James Stadium: After it opened in 1998, the stadium ran off over a decade-long streak of sellouts that lasted until 2009.
Then they didn’t sell out another game until 2011.
RingCentral Coliseum: 'Old, Dirty and Smells Like Urine'
Team: Oakland Raiders
Location: Oakland, California
"Terrible. Old, dirty and smells like urine. Food ridiculously overpriced AND it sucked. Hot dog bun was harder than hell. Nacho' s decent size but short on cheese. Parking attendants are lame and have no idea how to direct traffic. And $30 to park, is a complete a rip off. Stay home, it's cheaper and more enjoyable." — Cindy S. (2018)
There are lots of NSFW one-star reviews of RingCentral Coliseum that make it seem like a pretty scary place.
This one gets the point across about the only stadium that’s home to both NFL and MLB teams when it suggests you "stay home." Unless you really want to see the Raiders, because your time is running out.
They move to Las Vegas and $1.8 billion Allegiant Stadium in 2020.
Soldier Field: 'Walk Along the Dangerous Freeway'
Team: Chicago Bears
Location: Chicago, Illinois
"I attended the Bears/Viking game last night 11/18. It's unacceptable that attendees have to walk along the dangerous freeway to get inside the stadium. Once inside finding my section was nearly impossible. I was in section 248 which I discovered doesn't exist. It's actually 148. Disaster. Leaving Solider Field is nothing short of a nightmare. I had to walk all the way to Grant Park. It shouldn't be this way. This place is exhausting to say the least.” -Track 29 R. (2018)
While Soldier Field opened in 1924, the Bears didn’t start playing there until 1971.
What’s not clear is when fans were forced to start dodging cars on the interstate in order to get into the stadium, which seems like a common complaint with one-star Yelp reviews.
And also seems really dangerous.
State Farm Stadium: 'Kicked Out for Using a Bad Word'
Team: Arizona Cardinals
Location: Glendale, Arizona
"Do not go here to watch a game if you're a seahawks fan. Paid 300.00 to see a game and was kicked out for using a bad word after being cussed out and things throw at me from a cards fan. So ridiculous!!!" — Aulani G. (2014)
State Farm Stadium has hosted three College Football Playoff national championship games, one Super Bowl and one Final Four. Before the stadium turns 20, it will host another Super Bowl and Final Four.
But they might not get any more Seahawks fans visiting after reading this Yelp review.
So just to be clear, there’s no cussing allowed.
TIAA Bank Field: 'After Having Someone Throw Up on My Seat'
Team: Jacksonville Jaguars
Location: Jacksonville, Florida
"I have never had such a bad experience at an NFL football stadium before! After having someone throw up on my seat, it gets barely cleaned up, and then we get offered seats in a section not even comparable to what we paid for. I'm appalled at what was done to remedy the situation. I work in hospitality and the lack of concern is just a slap in the face! I missed the entire 2nd quarter of the game dealing with this." — Bethany M. (2015)
Originally known as Jacksonville Municipal Stadium, this venue was built for a steal back in the mid-1990s, clocking in at a paltry $121 million.
The money they saved apparently not spent on clean-up staff for the stadium. Or on the team itself, which suffered through a 10-year playoff drought from 2007 to 2017 and has yet to make a Super Bowl.
U.S. Bank Stadium: 'Beautiful Stadium in the Hands of Morons'
Team: Minnesota Vikings
Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota
"The absolute worst customer service I have ever experienced at a venue!!! Not one answer to my one question was consistent. Every official person that worked here that I asked where the box office location was either said they didn't know or gave me incorrect directions. The people at the security checkpoints are over dramatic as well. If I could give 0 stars I would. It is a beautiful stadium in the hands of morons. Very unfortunate." — Gary D. (2016)
There’s a dark side to U.S. Bank Stadium, as the architects ignored advice from animal rights groups to change the glass they used on the front side of the stadium, which lies along the aviary Mississippi Flyway route.
To save $1 million, the stadium went with the original glass, which has been a death trap for birds ever since and will cost $10 million to replace.
So it’s no surprise good directions are hard to come by.