A giant number of NFL fans aren’t exactly impressed with the latest renderings of the new Buffalo Bills’ proposed stadium.
On Monday morning, the Bills released some new renderings to show what the new stadium will look like. The stadium, which will replaced the club’s current venue of Highmark Stadium, is expected to open in time for the start of the 2026 season.
Needless to say, plenty of fans couldn’t help but poke fun at the latest renderings:
Well, you can’t please everybody…
The Bills played at War Memorial Stadium from 1963 to ’72 before moving into Highmark Stadium (opened as “Rich Wilson Stadium”) in 1937. Highmark Stadium is the fourth-oldest NFL stadium, behind Soldier Field (Chicago Bears), Lambeau Field (Green Bay Packers) and Arrowhead Stadium (Kansas City Chiefs).
But eventually, Lambeau Field and Arrowhead Stadium will be the two oldest on that list. The Bears are planning to move out of Soldier Field (opened in 1924) and into a to-be-developed property in Arlington Heights. The Bills have presumably three more years at Highmark Stadium before they move out.
After the Bears and Bills move into their new stadiums, the Caesars Superdome (home of the New Orleans Saints, opened in 1975) will be the NFL’s third-oldest stadium. That will be followed by Hard Rock Stadium the Miami Dolphins’ home field which opened in 1987.
Since 2008, 10 NFL teams have moved into a new stadium: The Indianapolis Colts (2008), Dallas Cowboys (2009), New York Giants and New York Jets (2010), the San Francisco 49ers (2014), the Minnesota Vikings (2016), the Atlanta Falcons (2017), the Los Angeles Chargers and Los Angeles Rams (2020) and the Las Vegas Raiders (2020).WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.