The question I have been thinking about lately involves the Luke. I believe the Luke can offer an interesting homefield advantage. The retractable roof and wall of glass that opens on one of the stadium can present opposing teams new challenges. We live in Indiana, the winters aren't as harsh as they are in Wisconsin, Michigan or Buffalo, but, we play in the AFC South, the South is filled with southern teams. You know, Jacksonville, Nashville and Houston? Why not open the roof? Why not give the warm weather teams something extra to prepare for? Why not open the window wall? I think these are homefield advantages and we should use every advantage we can. The Andrew Lucks pro day proved how well Luck can perform against the wind. Adam Vinateri made his name in the elements. It seems too me that, it would be easier to prepare for a warm weather game then a cold weather game. What say you?
Do you think having the retractable roof and window wall open all season long can benefit the Colts?
Yes (62 votes)
No (61 votes)
Anything else describe in the comments section. (3 votes)
126 total votes