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0 #2 Gabriel 2014-01-26 03:59
We were on the 5 yard line but were seated high enough in row 23 to be able to see the entire length of the field without having to adjust ourselves in our seat. The Tennessee Titans were in town, a team I've seen many times over the years. There were only 2 or 3 rows after ours before the walkway to the concourse. The rows are much wider than they were at the old RCA Dome so you can expect more legroom here.
Lots of concessions near our section, same story for the entire lower level. If you've never had an Eisenber Black Angus Hot Dog before, you need to try one when you visit Lucas Oil for the first time. They will run you $7 but are well worth the money. Concourses are very wide on the lower level allowing for good traffic flow but are small on the Terrace level.

I have been to many NFL stadiums around the country and let me tell you that being indoors and not out in the elements definitely has it's advantages when it comes to watching live games. In September, you don't toast in the sun which drains you to where you won't feel like doing anything the rest of the day. In December, winter hits full steam ahead and in Indy, you can just wear a coat over your jersey and take the coat off once inside. People say football should be played outdoors but one of the reasons Indianapolis is able to attract Super Bowls is because they offer an indoor venue during the winter months.
+1 #1 John M 2013-09-14 05:05
To give you an idea what the view of the field is like from section 144, here is a Youtube video shot from there during a Colts/Miami Dolphins game at Lucas Oil Stadium.

www.youtube.com/.../

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