View from Section 139 at M&T Bank Stadium, Home of the Baltimore Ravens

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+1 #2 Jon Todd 2013-12-04 01:56
I've had seats in sections 139 and 140 for Ravens games. 140 should be avoided because it's directly behind the uprights. 139 is only slightly better but I found the uprights to be bothersome to our view. Rows are a little slim too but not many seats to slide past when it was time to go to the restrooms. Another thing I don't like about the end zone is only being able to see one scoreboard (called Ravensvision). If you sit on the sidelines, you get a view of both. In New York at the Jets/Giants stadium, there are scoreboards in all four corners of the stadium.
The fans in the end zone are largely ticket holders for the season and get deafening loud when the Ravens are on defense. I wouldn't enjoy playing at this stadium as a visiting player, that's for sure. Have yet to experience a game at Century Link Field in Seattle, I think the stadium's design may give it a slight edge in term's of crowd noise. Another downside, is the freezing Baltimore winters. Make sure you dress warm from October on if you're coming to a game.
-1 #1 John M 2013-09-01 20:05
To give you an idea what the view of the field is like from section 139, here is a Youtube video shot from there during a Ravens/Detroit Lions game at M&T Bank Stadium.

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