Sitting front row at the 50 yard line gives a spectator an intense (and expensive) view of a small focal point of an American football field.
Sitting higher up gives a spectator a better overall field view, but keeps a fan from enjoying the full violence of the game.
Sitting in the corner gives a great view of a single endzone, but the opposite endzone can appear a mile away, and your team (presuming you have one) will only score in that endzone during a single half (which a ticket buyer cannot predict prior to the coinflip).
With all this in mind, what seat in the average American football stadium offers the best overall view? What about best view for one's buck?