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Who's up for an NFL trivia question?

Name the current NFL franchise that has had the most home fields in their history. This is since 1920. Use regular and post season, but Super Bowls and specials like London or Mexico do not count. If more than one gets the correct answer, tiebreaker goes to whoever names more of the fields/stadia in question.

For example: Jacksonville's total would be one, and Seattle's is three (Kingdome, Husky Stadium and Qwest Field).


Not the Bears. Their total is four.

Update 2:

The Chargers and Chiefs both have three, as do the Colts.

Update 3:

Oh crap. I miscounted. It seems that there are two correct answers. We have a clear front runner right now, but I will give you guys a chance to get the complete answer.

8 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
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    I think the Chiefs have 3 and the Chargers have 2 i,m not sure though!!

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Packers with 8

    Bellevue Park

    Borchert Field

    City Stadium (the one in Green Bay)

    Hagemeister Park

    Lambeau Field (known as the New City Stadium til '65)

    Marquette Stadium

    Milwaukee County Stadium

    Wisconsin State Fair Park

    Source(s): GreenBayPackers.com
  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Green Bay Packers with 8

    Hagemeister Park (1919–1922)

    Bellevue Park (1923–1924)

    City Stadium (Green Bay) (1925–1956)

    Lambeau Field (1957–present)

    (known as "New" City Stadium 1957–65)

    Split games between Milwaukee and Green Bay (1933–1994)

    Borchert Field (1933)

    Wisconsin State Fair Park (1934–1951)

    Marquette Stadium (1952)

    Milwaukee County Stadium (1953–1994)

  • 1 decade ago

    Looks like Los Angles Rams

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  • 1 decade ago

    Looks like the Green Bay packers with 8 !

  • 1 decade ago

    Indianapolis Colts

  • 1 decade ago

    Bears. It's a guess.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    st louis rams -

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