Best Stadium ever built with taxpayer money.. This stadium(RWS) built in 1973 for 23 million dollars is a must see for any NFL fan. From the tailgating to the "state of the art" fieldhouse (open to the public) the gameday experience is a "blast". Fully upgraded recently for 100 million New York State dollars there is not a bad seat in the house. That is why the sell outs continue even if the team loses. The Buffalo Bills and RWS rightfully deserve the same historic recognition/protection granted to the Green Bay Packers.
The worst football stadium, period. Horrible access, lousy seats, crappy sight lines, and thousands upon thousands of drunk, obnoxious Bills fans makes this the worst possible experience for seeing a football game.
"The Ralph" packs in rabid Bills fans no matter what the weather..
In Buffalo, all activity stops when the Bills hit the field--and Ralph Wilson Stadium is at the center of this mind-numbing phenomenon. Occasionally hosting the odd Rolling Stones concert, the stadium is best known for swirling winds and deafening crowds during the four months known as football season.
To an outsider, Buffalo may seem like a town obsessed with football. They'd be right. After all, hundreds of thousands of loyal Bills fans regularly file into the stadium to freeze their butts off and watch the home team. Fun? Hell, yeah. The real scene is in the parking lot before the game where tailgaters consume kielbasa, wash it down with Genessee Cream Ale, and ponder the virility of the other team.
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