with my husband and 4 kids. Had seats in the lower part of the upper deck, about 20 yd. line, Pats side near endzone where both teams enter the field. Had a great time (especially considering the outcome!). A few things: GREAT showing by Pats fans!! I'd say at least 30% of the stadium was Pats fans and they were loud & proud! - they were crowing in FL about how the Dolphins are relevant again; that yesterday was the first time in a long time that it was a sell-out crowd with full parking lots. They forgot to mention it was because of all the Pats fans at the game!! We were surrounded by Pats fans in the section we were in. One Dolphins guy behind us remarked to his kid as they sat down, "what are we sitting in? The Patriots cheering section?" Stadium is pretty good - holds noise much better than Gillette as both ends are enclosed. Nice concessions and bathrooms with shorter lines than Gillette; also no wait to get into (or out of ) parking or into (or out of) stadium. Hubby and I agreed that Gillette seems to be the worst on these issues of all the stadiums we've been to. Hot in the sun in the upper deck though, even though it wasn't that hot a day here (mid-70's). Matt Cassel was AWESOME yesterday!! Able to scramble or get the ball off virtually every time they came at him. Offense looked so good - clicking on all cylinders no matter where the play went. Defense - yikes. Or more accurately, pass defense, YIKES. Almost no effective pressure on Pennington for the first three quarters. They finally tightened up and were able to collapse the pocket around him late in the 4th quarter and he started making mistakes and errant throws. Before that, he had his way on 3rd and long all day long. Run defense was good (as it has been all year), but it gets erased when you get a first down on 3rd & 8 or 3rd & 10. The secondary was playing way off the Miami receivers and it seemed to cost them over & over. No way BB was running up the score at the end of the game. We were all begging them to run out the clock to avoid putting the defense out there again. Also, although at the end of the day he didn't seem to do any real damage, Ted Ginn, Jr. always looked like he was thisclose to breaking one. Almost every time the last guy possible took him down. Didn't see the fight between Light and Crowder as it happened at the other end of the field. All we saw was a bunch of Dolphins pushing the Pats way back after the FG. I can tell you that Matt Light got as big a cheer as Crowder as he headed to the lockerroom!! Miami fans were fine until the end of the game when things got a little chippy between some and Pats fans, but all in all a good experience and no problems for us. Lots of Pats fans high fives on the way out!! Thanks for letting me share!