In September Sports Illustrated conducted an online survey asking readers to rank their hometown NFL stadium in several areas, including from ticket prices to hospitality to the product on the field.
According to the results, nearly a third of the surveys submitted came from season-ticket holders, and the average number of games attended per season by all respondents was 3.23,
Qwest field finished seventh overall in the survey. The winner was Green Bay's Lambeau Field, with Pittsburgh's Heinz Field placing second and Denver's Invesco Field placing third. View the results here, and the comments on Qwest Field here.
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Frank Hughes asks Seattle players if Jim Mora being named the head coach for next year is affecting how the team is playing in head coach Mike Holmgren's final season? All the players asked said it has had no affect.
If Seneca Wallace can stay healthy this week, he'll start on Sunday. Rookie defensive end Lawrence Jackson takes a seat and Darryl Tapp will take over as the starting right defensive end.
Gregg Bell of the Associated Press writes that Holmgren is not reconsidering changing his mind to come back for another season after Seattle's struggles this year.
Dan Pompei of NBC Sports says Seattle's poor start does not doom the Seahawks to failure for the rest of the season.
The Bucs will honor former fullback Mike Alstott at halftime of this Sunday's game.
Some news and notes from the Tampa Bay locker room.
San Francisco 49ers
After getting "beasted" by New York Giants' defensive end Michael Strahan, San Francisco offensive tackle Joe Staley was looking forward to a rematch. But Strahan is on TV, and Staley will have to settle for Mathias Kiwanuka instead.
Linebacker Takeo Spikes sets a team franchise record for backers with interceptions in three consecutive games.
Matt Maiocco of the Santa Rosa Press Democrat reports ex-Seahawk fullback David Kirtman has found a home with the 49ers.
Dan Brown of the San Jose Mercury News reports running back Frank Gore gives head coach Mike Nolan a vote of confidence.
The Cardinals practice on Wednesday and will take the next four days off for the bye week, according to this report from Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic.
Darren Urban of azcardinals.com reports receivers Larry Fitzgerald and Anquan Boldin are in the weightroom lifting on their off day.
Mike Tulumello reports the Cardinals, at 4-2, head into the bye week in good spirits.
Wide receiver Sean Morey talks about his blocked punt against Dallas.
St. Louis Rams
Corneback Fakhir Brown is happy to be back with the Rams. Brown was released by St. Louis just days before Scott Linehan was fired.