AFJF Posted November 26, 2016 Share Posted November 26, 2016 Meant to ask this a few weeks ago out of sheer curiosity. I heard the new stadium in Atlanta being discussed on Sirius and they've apparently structured the roof in such a way that the majority of the crowd noise is funneled toward the opponent's sideline, making it "ten times louder for the visiting team" according to the reporter being interviewed. Home field advantage is one thing, but how do you fell about creating a stadium that means both teams are essentially playing in different conditions? Especially for a team that was found to be funneling in artificial crowd noise a few years ago. Thoughts? 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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