About the Seats
Watching the play on our side of the field was great from where I was, which would have been right on the 5 yard line had it extended up into the seating sections. Touchdowns and even extra points were very fun to watch at our endzone, while the other side was not as easy to see. I was just two seats off the aisle, but 13 rows from the main level concourse at the top of the section so the walk to the concessions and restrooms was decent.
Closer to the Colts bench than the Giants, although the view of the G-Men on the sideline was still good as it was face to face. Seats had decent leg room which was serviceable for my height (6 feet tall), but the seats slant back sharply at the middle of the back which was uncomfortable and I found myself leaning forward most of the time....More
- being close to the action
- visiting team fans
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