From The Verge: “Cowboys Stadium currently boasts the largest jumbotron in the NFL — a behemoth of an LED measuring 160 feet wide and 72 feet tall — but how does Dallas’ Texas-sized display compare to the rest of the NFL’s set ups? That’s the question that graphic designer Daniel Beaton set out to answer with a straightforward infographic.”
As Fast Company points out, however, the Houston Texans have recently approved plans to build a screen measuring nearly 280 feet in width. Because everything has to be bigger in Texas, obviously. I’m less interested in the size of the screens and more curious why the Chiefs have an oval screen and the Seahawks have an old-school 4:3 ratio screen straight out of the 1960’s.
I guess the size of your jumbotron is the new dick comparison measure of NFL owners.