27. Hard Rock Stadium (Dolphins)
One thing Hard Rock Stadium has working in its favor is a lot of history. It’s been the longtime home of both the Dolphins and the Miami Hurricanes, as well as the Marlins until 2011. There’s also been plenty of memorable bowl games. It’s also had over half a dozen names since opening in 1987
However, there’s not much more that’s notable about Hard Rock Stadium other than its names and its tenants. Most fans are shielded from the Florida heat, but even front-row seats aren’t that close to the field, which hurts the atmosphere and any home-field advantage. Also, the stadium itself is nowhere near downtown Miami, which also hurts the game-day atmosphere.