Elvis SwiftFootball is one sport where nosebleed isn't a dirty word. The game is full of elaborate plays, and having a bird's-eye view helps you see them all. But aim to sit as close as possible to the 50-yard line, where you'll have a good view of the action on both sides of the field. Avoid sitting near an end zone, where you might spend half the game watching the other team score, while your beloved Bulldogs' touchdown is a mere speck in the distance. You'll also lose perspective there. "When you sit in an end zone, an 80-yard pass can look like 18 yards because you can't judge the distance as well," says Lee Jenkins, a sportswriter for the New York Times.
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