-Adobe Field/Park/Stadium sounds kind of 'eh' at first ring. But maybe it would grow on me.
-Apple would probably require you to buy a pair of iShades to watch the game. That's because it will be encoded in a visual format invisible to the naked eye.
-AMD should worry more about trying to turn a profit than naming a stadium.
-Nothing against Intel but the name just doesn't pop.
-'Cisco Field at Santa Clara' doesn't sound bad. I'd be on board with that.
-If eBay gets the naming rights, expect the stadium to be called "Seller's Fees Park."
-Google is the "hippest" company out of this bunch. It wouldn't surprise me to see them make a bid for naming rights, and I'm sure they'd get plenty of support. They'd probably throw in free Wi-Fi for the entire city too. "Google Park" sounds kind of silly but the same could be said for most of their services.
-HP seems like another good choice. 'Hewlett-Packard Field' is kind of catchy.
-NVIDIA. Not a bad company but I don't see what they could name the field that involves 'NVIDIA' and it not sound horrid.
-I thought the guy that owned Oracle was looking to buy the Seahawks? And "Oracle Field" sounds like somewhere you go to find the meaning of life.
-I'll pass on Yahoo. And trust & believe Google would never let that happen anyway.
-'Facebook Field/Park or whatever' sounds incredibly lame, and any team that plays in a stadium named after Facebook doesn't deserve to win anything, ever.
….you can tell I work in the tech field right?
[ Edited by baltien on Jun 11, 2010 at 10:18:22 ]