Bigger HD: Washington’s new big screens – and no punter interference

August 10, 2010 by  

It seems newer football stadiums are now competing to see how big their HD screens can get, and now we have a new contender in Washington for Dallas stadium’s huge screens. And they aren’t even smack dab in the field of play:

After seeing the HD scoreboards in the new Cowboys Stadium we didn’t think it could get any better, but Dan Snyder would disagree. This season Washington fans can enjoy two new 100 foot long high definition scoreboards installed at either end of FedEx Field, which Snyder claims are sharper than anything you’ll see down in Jerry Jones’ palace despite being slightly smaller, with the added benefit of a “secure” (read: no blocked kicks) location visible to all in the stadium.

We appreciate both ‘big’ and visible to all without worrying about a good punter knocking out some pixels. Keep it going football owners!

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