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Closest to the action in the NFL

Only in Dallas can fans get the kind of access to the players that football fans of the Jets and Giants get at MetLife Stadium.
by John Kucko

(East Rutherford, NJ) Only in Dallas can fans get the kind of access to the players that football fans of the Jets and Giants get at MetLife Stadium.

Located behind both bench areas, are suites directly behind where the teams are situated for the game, kind of like "dugout suites".

While the view is often obstructed with players, coaches and photographers running up and down the sidelines, it gives fans a unique perspective of the game day experience.

MetLife Stadium has just under 300 luxury seating areas, which makes it one of the premier NFL venues.

Fans who pay to watch a game here, have access to an open area patio or can retreat indoors and watch the game on a multitude of flat screens, with access to food and restrooms without long lines.

Truly, a unique experience for football fans, though seeing actual game action can prove to be tricky at times.

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