Hey guys, just had a question for some of you. This October my dad and I will be going to our first live Bucs game in Raymond James Stadium. My father isn't well and I think this will be a pretty special experience for him. Admittedly we will be cheering our Eagles, but we've been in numerous other stadiums around the league and we are always respectful to the home team's fans....and yes we can take plenty of trash talk so we're okay there too, lol.
Anyway, we did manage to get some pretty great seats...20 yard line, 7 rows from the field. I have heard however that in RJS when you're sitting too close to the field it becomes hard to see some of the action because of the players, sideline crew, TV people, etc on the sidelines. Not that it matters at this point because the tickets are already purchased, but I just wanted some opinions. Let me know what you think guys, and who knows maybe I'll meet one of you at the ballpark...I'll be wearing my LeSean McCoy jersey and dad has his old #12 Randall Cunningham jersey from yesteryear (He lives in the past, but you can't teach the old dog new tricks, lol)! Looking forward to October 13th!