Giants-Jets stadium has a design flaw

The Jets-Packers game was a game greatly impacted by the swirling winds of the New Jersey swamp.

Why on earth, would the Giants and Jets, allow the architect of the new stadium, to have open air corridors, where the wind can whip into the facility so easily?

It makes no sense.

Yesterday’s Jets-Packers game featured two short missed field goals, and no touchdown pass. I do think the wind contributed to these stats. Aaron Rogers is a very accurate quarterback, and on a number of occasions, he was off-target to wide open receivers.

What an ill-conceived concept, knowing the type of wind that is created in the Meadowlands area.

Perhaps next off-season, they can somehow cover up those openings.

Dan Leberfeld
Dan Leberfeld
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