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Sitting behind the endzones?

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So I just bought myself tickets for the Tampa game for section 105 and was wondering if any of you guys know anything about the view from there? Hopefully the lack of depth perception doesn't take away from the game too bad. I'm excited though, I normally sit in the 500's so even if the game is hard to follow it'll still be better than previous.

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we sat in the lower level endzone for the eagles game, like six rows back. It was cool when their at your endzone but the further they go down the field we had to watch the screens to see what was happening. I was close enough to yell obscenities to mcnabb when he came back on the field.

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Own season tickets in 104.

Pros: Very close to the action, players, field, etc. Good range for getting a ball if the panthers do some scoring on that end. Awesome experience when the play is on your side of the field.

Cons: The fans in 104 blow. I'm asked to sit down nearly every game, and i only stand on defense. Can't really guage yardage from where the seats are either due to looking on a flat plane. Not very good when action is on the other side of the field

You will have a blast, just don't let anyone dictate to you what type of fan you want to be.

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I much prefer the middle of the field... Much better view of the whole game no matter how far back you are seated.

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Own season tickets in 104.

Pros: Very close to the action, players, field, etc. Good range for getting a ball if the panthers do some scoring on that end. Awesome experience when the play is on your side of the field.

Cons: The fans in 104 blow. I'm asked to sit down nearly every game, and i only stand on defense. Can't really guage yardage from where the seats are either due to looking on a flat plane. Not very good when action is on the other side of the field

You will have a blast, just don't let anyone dictate to you what type of fan you want to be.

Yeah i've only sat in the lowers a handful of times, but the other fans are the same way. We only stand on defense too to support the d and get loud, of course if theres a big offensive play ya have to get up and raise hell. We sat in 528 row 15 for the bears game in 08, middle of endzone and that was a great view and great psl fans we met there.

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Bigdog's hit the nail on the head. I've been in that area quite a few times and while I could care less about the wine and cheese crowd, they usually come in packs but it shouldn't be enough of a problem to move to another area or anything. The close action alone makes the seats worth it.

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Section 549, Row 16 PSL's here. I have a blast everytime I got to a game. 549 usually carries about 75% Panther fans and 25% opposing teams fans so everytime I go someone is getting thrown out. It is a blast.

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Ahhh thanks for all of the replies! Pretty stoked to get rowdy with all of you Huddle peoples on 9/19.

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Section 123 here. Been in those seats since the beginning of the 2003 season. Prior to that we were midfield at field level and those people are the worst for complaining about standers. And before that we were up top.

I dig the end zone and we have a great group of regulars around us until the team starts sucking, then you see every idiot from a trailer park pulling for the other team. That's the only real downside- the ticket owners give up those seats far too easy. Last season it seemed there were new people around us every week. It becomes a real pain in the arse telling the newbies this is how it's gonna be...

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