According to the Atlanta Business Chronicle, via Pro Football Talk, the Atlanta Falcons would like an open air stadium.
Just the mere thought of the Falcons needing a stadium is disturbing.
The Georgia Dome opened up in 1992, which means it has surpased the half way point where a stadium would need some upgrading, which is a little over 30 years.
That means the whole idea of the Georgia Dome needing renovations or replacement is just assinine.
The only reason that Falcons owner Arthur Blank would want a new stadium is to keep up with the likes of Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder.
This is one of the reasons why teams like the Buffalo Bills and other small market National Football League struggle to make a profit.
In the end, if someone doesn’t stand up to the NFL about this new stadium situations will only get worst.