In wake of "Jerry World" (AT&T stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys), any new NFL Stadium pretty much has to be worth at least a billion dollars. The Vikings have a new one, the Falcons sick new stadium is coming soon,the team formerly known as the St. Louis Rams proposed a billion-dollar plus stadium to (unsuccessfully) keep the team in St. Louis. When these stadiums are built, a lot of times the bill (at least a large portion of it) falls in the laps of the city that houses the team, and therefore the residents of that city that pay taxes to live there. Is this right or wrong? To me, it seems like telling my best friends that I'm getting a Ferrari and they only get to look at it, but I also need help with the monthly payments. Thoughts?