#2 Marvin 2013-12-08 09:02
Seats were facing the Redskins sideline the whole game so we could see a lot of the substitutions as they took place. When I looked around, I noticed that there really aren't a ton of rows in the Hall of Fame sections near the field, so I felt pretty privileged to be sitting where I was sitting. Couldn't see where the ball was placed after runs/passes half the time but that comes with the territory when you sit in the endzone I guess. You won't have to worry about your seat not being comfortable but there were many instances throughout the game where I didn't know what was going on because the ball was near the opposite endzone. The cement block that the cheerleaders stand on in front of these seats also makes these seats further than what they might be in other NFL stadiums. Typically, the end zone seats are the closest to the field but maybe not here.
One major positive you will have if you sit here is that the over-sized scoreboard won't distract you because we couldn't really see it from our seats. Fans seated in the end zones have a smaller replay scoreboard which is still plenty big but less distracting.
Always enter the stadium through Gates H or J if you sit in 125. It will cut down on the battling the crowds and will allow you to exit the stadium quickly and efficiently because the parking lots are always madhouses after games let out.
#1 John M 2013-09-12 05:48
To give you an idea what the view of the field is like from section 125, here is a Youtube video shot from there during a Cowboys/Cincinnati Bengals game at AT&T Stadium.

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