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Safe for Steelers Fans
The Bengals fans tolerated us as we tolerate them at Heinz Field, so I never felt threatened (as I would at my hometown stadium, Lincoln Financial Field - home of the Eagles). The stadium is beautiful and nicely laid out - my end zone seats were about 20 rows up and felt like I was on the field.
My biggest gripe about this experience was the people next to me - chewing tobacco and then spitting in on the concrete right next to my feet. I don't believe they were doing this because of my attire, but simply because they were ignorant and rude. I asked a staff member to intervene because I was uncomfortable asking myself (see above: my hometown stadium) but they did nothing. Gripe number 2: Marvin Lewis' face. No, I have no problem with the coach, but the fans carry around his face on a stick and wave it around. I'm only 5'3", so I tend to be looking in between people rather than over them when everyone is standing, so the people in front of me had me watching the game through a trail of Marvin's face.
Great American Ballpark & Paul Brown Stadium
Like many other cities now a days, Cincinnati built a nice new complex for both its football (Bengals) and baseball (Reds) teams.
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