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• Capacity: 73,079
• Location: Orchard Park, New York
• Playing Surface: A-Turf Titan
• Opened: 1973
• Team Owner: Ralph Wilson
• Team Owner Net Worth: $799 Million
• Team Value: $870 Million
• Team Profit: $29 Million
• Average Ticket Price: $58.36
• Fan Deaths: 0
• Fan Accidents: 0 - report an accident
Each year, NFL teams bring in millions of dollars from faithful fans that attend football games weekly. At the game, fans will drink, eat, and have fun while some will get drunk and become very unstable. NFL stadiums are equipped with ramps and escalators to allow fans to get to and from their assigned seats however some fans fail to make it to or from their seat because of an accident or fall which sometimes results in death! With the amount of money NFL teams bring in, more safety can be added to NFL stadiums to prevent accidents from happening! The NFL cannot survive without the fans so instead of just thinking about the profits from the fans, start thinking about more safety for the fans and improve NFL stadiums to be more secure and less accident prone.
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