Behind each goal line on the lowest tier of MetLife Stadium are a collection of 10 sections. On the seating chart these sections are also known as the Lower Endzone, and are among the largest of any sections in the stadium. With up to 48 numbered rows of seating, row selection is the key to getting the most bang for your buck.
In the lower rows, you'll likely pay more for the opportunity to be just mere feet away from the endzone and all the hard-hitting action. But you'll also have to climb as many as 30 stairs to get back to the lower concourse tunnel.
Meanwhile, the last rows here will be far from the field, but they'll also have advantages not found in the lowest rows. First, sitting near row 30 will have you close to the section entrance, allowing you to get back from restroom and refreshment breaks in mere minutes. Second, the last few rows in these sections are covered by the 200 level overhang, protecting you from rain and snow. Finally, the elevation in the higher rows makes it easier to see the other end of the field and provides more comfortable views of the videoboards.
There are more than 30 seats in Row 45. Most other rows have 20-25 seats
These seats also have great access to the concourse. So not only will you stay dry, but your hot dog will stay warm as you mosey back to your seat.
One of the tunnels is above Row 10, so if you are lucky enough to have seats 4-10, you basically have no one in front of you and a great view.
Row 40 will keep you dry and warm. The seats definitely were not the most comfortable, but getting to the concourse is simple and you do not have to deal with the endzone crazies closer to the field.
Head-on to one of the 4 corner videoboards! It is far from corner-to-corner, but at least you can see the replays crystal clear. Plus, if you are up in Rows 35 and higher, you are covered by the second deck and you are close to bathrooms.