Many fans arriving for the Buccaneers-Falcons game stopped to gawk and snap photos of what remains of the Georgia Dome, which was brought down in a scheduled implosion on Monday.
The jagged outline of part of one wall is the only real sign that the site once was home to one of the nation's largest domed stadiums.
(AP Photo/John Bazemore)
Though one wall didn't completely fall, the implosion was considered a success because there was no damage to the $1.5 billion Mercedes-Benz Stadium only 30 yards away.
Piles of jagged concrete can be seen through gaps in a tarp-covered fence as well as from higher vantage points inside the new stadium.