The Seahawks are 2-0 at home this season and have enjoyed a lot of success at CenturyLink Field over the past few seasons. They have posted an 11-7 record at home since the start of the 2010 season, including their upset over the defending Super Bowl champion Saints in the first round of the playoffs.
Whether it’s crowd noise or the travel distance that goes with playing at Seattle — or, in the Packers’ case, replacement officials — the Seahawks have been tough to beat at home of late.
But is CenturyLink Field the NFL’s most difficult stadium to play in as an opponent?
Lambeau Field and Solider Field have the cachet and history to intimidate their opponents while conditions at Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium and the Metrodome give their tenants an added advantage. Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City and Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field are also two of the loudest, most raucous crowds in the league and give their respective home teams an added advantage.