The following is a list and slideshow of photos of the 10 largest stadiums by capacity in the NFL in 2014. All of these stadiums are pretty big, but they are all dwarfed by the 10 largest stadiums in college football.
In general, NFL teams do not need to rely as much on selling tickets to make money like college football teams do. That's because the NFL generates enormous amounts of revenue every year from TV packages and merchandise sales.
If you want to see what each stadium on this list looks like check out the accompanying slideshow. Each photos gives an overview of the stadiums on the list.
10 Largest capacity stadiums in the NFL in 2014 (Photos)
1. MetLife Stadium - 82,566
MetLife Stadium, located minutes west of Manhattan along Route 3 in East Rutherford, New Jersey, is the largest stadium in the NFL in 2014 with a seating capacity of 82,566. Home of the New York Giants and the New York Jets, MetLife Stadium also hosted Super Bowl XLVIII on February 2, 2014.
I'm a lifelong New York Giants fan and went to football games at the old Giants Stadium in the Meadowlands many dozens of times, but I have yet to go to a game at MetLife Stadium. These days, I'd rather sit at home on my plush couch or recliner and watch the games on my big-screen TV.
2. Lambeau Field - 80,735
With an official seating capacity of 80,735, Lambeau Field is the second largest stadium in the NFL in 2014. Located at 1265 Lombardi Avenue in Green Bay, Wisconsin, Lambeau Field has been the home of the Green Bay Packers since 1957.
3. AT&T Stadium - 80,000
The official seating capacity for AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas is 80,000. If you include standing room then AT&T Stadium, the home of the Dallas Cowboys, can hold 105,121 people for a football game.
4. FedExField - 79,000
FedExField, the home of the Washington Redskins located in Landover, Maryland, is the fourth largest stadium in the NFL in 2014 with a seating capacity of 79,000. FedExField is considered one of the least fan friendly stadiums in the NFL.
5. Arrowhead Stadium - 76,416
With a seating capacity of 76,416, Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri is the fifth largest stadium in the NFL this season. Arrowhead has been the home of the Kansas City Chiefs since it opened in 1972.
6. Sports Authority Field at Mile High - 76,125
Sports Authority Field at Mile High, which is usually just called Mile High Stadium, has the sixth largest seating capacity in the NFL in 2014 at 76,125. It has been the home of the Denver Broncos since it opened in 2001.
Back in the 1990s, I went to the old Mile High Stadium for a Colorado Rockies baseball game. There were something like 70,000 people at the game and it was crazy being in a stadium with that many people for a baseball game. It was fun for sure.
7. Sun Life Stadium - 75,540
Sun Life Stadium, the home of the Miami Dolphins in Miami Gardens, Florida, is the seventh largest NFL stadium with a capacity of 75,540. Sun Life Stadium has also been called Joe Robbie Stadium, Pro Player Park (and Stadium), Dolphin Stadium, and Land Shark Stadium since it was opened in 1987.
8. Bank of America Stadium - 73,778
Bank of America Stadium, the home of the Carolina Panthers in Charlotte, North Carolina, is eighth largest in the NFL this year with a capacity of 73,778.
9. Mercedes-Benz SuperDome - 73,208
The home of the New Orleans Saints, the Mercedes-Benz SuperDome in New Orleans, Louisiana, is the ninth largest stadium in the NFL in 2014 with a seating capacity of 73,208.
10. FirstEnergy Stadium - 73,200
Rounding out the list of the 10 largest stadiums in the NFL in 2014 is FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio with a seating capacity of 73,200.