A New Jersey Super Bowl? It’s Worth the Risk.

May 24, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

On Tuesday afternoon, the National Football League has the opportunity to make a decision which could forever change the way the Super Bowl, the biggest sporting event of the year, is looked at.
They will decide what city will be hosting the Super Bowl in 2014.  They can choose between two "status-quo" sites, which are Tampa and South Florida (Miami), who have both hosted multiple Super Bowls in the past (including the last two, respectively). 
The NFL could stick to the norm by playing the game at a warm-weather site.  Or, they could try something new, by awarding the Super Bowl to New Jersey and the New Meadowlands Stadium, which will be the new home of the Jets and Giants starting this August.
Already, people are blasting the idea of a Super Bowl being held at a "cold weather" site such as the Meadowlands in New Jersey.  The main complaint about a potential Meadowlands Super Bowl, is the fear that a blinding blizzard or extremely cold temperatures ...

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