• The Texans Will Build The NFL's Two Largest Video Screens

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Dec 20, 2012
    The Texans have received final approval, and by next season will have not one, but two massive new screens, in either end zone. Measuring 52.49' x 277.17', each will dwarf Jerryworld's video board by 3,000 square feet, and be the largest screens in the NFL and the widest in sports. That distinction was later claimed by the Charlotte Motor Speedway, but Jerry Jones’ stadium still had the NFL’s crown jewel when it comes to video screens. Only a portion will be used for video, the rest for ads. Unlike the Co...
    Source: deadspin.com
    • Reliant video screens will top Dallas

      Everything is bigger in Texas, right? We heard that a lot when Jerry World opening in Dallas, and the biggest Jumbotron imaginable hung over the field. Now Houston’s going to top Dallas. The necessary approval’s been granted for an update of the video
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Move over, Cowboys Stadium: Houston’s Reliant Stadium plans to get largest video boards in Texas

      Jerry Jones' Cowboys Stadium has a video screen that is the equivalent of 3,200 52-inch televisions. But it soon won't be the largest video display in the state of Texas, thanks to additions that will be made to Houston's Reliant Stadium. (Tom Fox / Sta…

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