How would you rate the hospitality offered to fans of the opposing team?
What is the worst incident you have witnessed against an opposing fan or yourself at the ballpark?
"I saw a Steelers fan get hit in the head with a full beer can. He was bleeding pretty severely."
"I have seen people's jerseys stolen and burned in the parking lot."
"After a loss, a fan of the opposing team went to shake the hand of a Ravens fan. The Ravens fan turned and farted on the guys hand. I personally thought it was hilarious. But I guess if you're the guy who just had his hand farted on, it might be kind of messed up."
"I'll never forget when the Steelers were in town, and as we all know, the Steelers have a huge contingent. This was just a group of four Steelers fans, one fan was an elderly Steelers fan waving her Terrible Towel to this group of Ravens fans. It was funny, until all of the sudden one Raven fan took the old lady's towel and started stomping it on the ground and threw it on top of their grill, took it out with tongs and proceeded to urinate on it to put out the fire. The worst and grossest, and probably one of the funniest, things I have ever seen."
What is your favorite memory from a game at the stadium?
"Opening Day in the first season of the stadium. I believe Bill Cowher said it was the most excitement he had ever seen in a city for a singular sporting event. I concur with his opinion. M&T Bank Stadium absolutely provides the best atmosphere in the NFL to watch a game. Having been to Pittsburgh, Cleveland, D.C., New England, New Orleans and Kansas City, I know this is true. The fans are rabid and intelligent."
"The first playoff game held in Baltimore in my lifetime, a 21-3 victory over Denver on Dec. 31, 2000. It was the first step on the run to the Super Bowl."
"When QB Jim Harbaugh gave the game ball to Johnny Unitas after the Ravens beat the Colts in their first game in Baltimore in 1998."
"When the U.S. invaded Afghanistan. At halftime they showed President Bush announce the invasion. Afterward Born in the U.S.A. played and the crowd chanted U-S-A! To this day it still gives me chills."