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    Heinz Field deemed the 2nd toughest venue for NFL opponents

    http://espn.go.com/blog/nfcwest/post...oughest-venues

    Ranking the Toughest Venues
    1. Lambeau Field (Packers)
    2. Heinz Field (Steelers)
    3. Qwest Field (Seahawks)
    4. Arrowhead Stadium (Chiefs)
    5. Soldier Field (Bears)
    6. Superdome (Saints)
    7. Gillette Stadium (Patriots)
    8. Metrodome (Vikings)
    9. Lincoln Financial Field (Eagles)
    10. Oakland Coliseum (Raiders)

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    Re: Heinz Field deemed the 2nd toughest venue for NFL oppone

    Just imagine where Three Rivers Stadium would have placed on this list.

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    How far the Redskins have fallen. Remember RFK and how the entire stands would be rocking during the game. Now the Steeler Nation Invasion occurs there in the new ballpark with ease.

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    Re: Heinz Field deemed the 2nd toughest venue for NFL oppone

    Quote Originally Posted by jj28west
    How far the Redskins have fallen. Remember RFK and how the entire stands would be rocking during the game. Now the Steeler Nation Invasion occurs there in the new ballpark with ease.
    That's one of the problems with building a stadium strictly for revenue.

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    Re: Heinz Field deemed the 2nd toughest venue for NFL oppone

    WHo are these guys that voted? I don't see Heinz Field as a major advantage for us.

    It slows down our speedy offense and defense and I think it sometimes puts us at a disadvantage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flippy
    WHo are these guys that voted? I don't see Heinz Field as a major advantage for us.

    It slows down our speedy offense and defense and I think it sometimes puts us at a disadvantage.
    I agree Flippy. As a matter of fact I would have chosen "visiting stadium for the Steelers" above Heinz.

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