Which-NFL-Stadiums-Have-Artificial-Turf

Which NFL stadiums have artificial turf?

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There’s plenty to debate within the NFL’s various playing surfaces, and there are also plenty of complaints to go around. The trend is toward artificial turf, as several stadiums have replaced natural grass with artificial turf in recent years. Facilities managers say artificial grass provides a more consistently reliable surface than natural grass fields. However a majority of NFL stadiums now use artificial turf, a big vote of confidence in commercial artificial grass. If it’s good enough for millionaire athletes, chances are that it’s also good enough for your home or business lawn.

Which NFL Stadiums Have Artificial Turf:

AT&T Stadium
Dallas Cowboys

ATT Stadium

CenturyLink Field
Seattle Seahawks

CenturyLink Field

 

Edward Jones Dome
St. Louis Rams

Edward Jones Dome

 

Ford Field
Detroit Lions

Ford Field

 

Georgia Dome
Atlanta Falcons

Georgia Dome

 

Gillette Stadium
New England Patriots

Gillette Stadium

 

Lucas Oil Stadium
Indianapolis Colts

Lucas Oil Stadium

 

M&T Bank Stadium
Baltimore Ravens

M&T Bank Stadium

Mercedes-Benz Superdome
New Orleans Saints

Mercedes-Benz Superdome

 

MetLife Stadium
New York Giants
New York Jets

MetLife Stadium

 

NRG Stadium
Houston Texans

NRG Stadium

 

Paul Brown Stadium
Cincinnati Bengals

Paul Brown Stadium

 

Ralph Wilson Stadium
Buffalo Bills

Ralph Wilson Stadium

 

TCF Bank Stadium (temporary venue until new stadium opens in 2016)
Minnesota Vikings

TCF Bank Stadium

 

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