2. CenturyLink Field: Seattle Seahawks -- Seattle, WA
Until last month the loudest stadium in the NFL, with a Guinness World Record to prove it (Arrowhead Stadium in KC snagged their title by hitting 137.5 decibels), CenturyLink Field maintains an easy-to-get-to downtown Seattle location, with views from inside the stadium of both the Northwest city and snow-covered mountain skyline.
Food & drink: CLF slings some cool specialty items; section 105, for example, offers a little taste of Seattle’s historic Pioneer Square district with fried Cotto salami, brisket sandwiches, Asian BBQ rice bowls, and pad thai. Don't forget the suds, as there are some great local micro-brews on tap like Alaskan Brewing Co., Curve Ball, and Mack & Jack’s.
After the game: The stadium's walking distance from the center of Seattle's music, restaurant, and pub scene. There are no shortage of places to enjoy a pint after the game while you try to regain your hearing. Or, if you'd rather your ears keep ringing, check out the local music talent at Showbox SoDo.