Blown Away: Allowing New Meadowlands To Host 2014 Super Bowl Is Poor Decision

May 25, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Everyone is talking about the Super Bowl being played in East Rutherford, New Jersey, at the New Meadowlands Stadium, because it might be a little on the cold side.
A quick stroll through the World Wide Web reveals that the average temperature during February in East Rutherford is 37 degrees, and every sports media outlet will cram that number down your throat.
But everyone is missing the real issue, and I can’t believe it.
The NFL is a league that is so anal-retentive they make Bill Belichick seem like Bing Crosby on Christmas Day. They don’t miss anything. They cover every minor detail, and they let you know about it.
Well, they are either dodging one major issue about the new home of the Giants and Jets when it comes to hosting Super Bowl XLVIII, or they completely forgot about it.
I don’t care about the temperature during game day. Oh, you’re cold? Put on a hat. Oh, you’re really cold? Wear a jacket too.
Just st...

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