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Best & Worst NFL Scoreboards, slide 26

Jacksonville Jaguars: EverBank FieldYeah, we didn’t know it was called that either. But that was the new name for 2010 for this stadium, which opened in 1995 for the Jags’ inaugural season and hosted the Super Bowl following the 2004 season when the Patriots beat the Eagles. To prepare for the Super Bowl (unfortunately for the maligned host city, the pesky press could not prepare for milder weather than expected), $47 million was pumped into upgrades. Now fans get to gaze upon two 60′ x 156′ scoreboards at the ends of the stadium.

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