Killing the Golden Goose: A 2014 Super Bowl in the Snow

May 25, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Why is the NFL killing the golden goose known as the Super Bowl?
For what possible benefit does the NFL derive from a revenue standpoint in having this game outside in freezing temperatures at night?  Why would the worst possible weather conditions somehow be sold as a positive to the 32 NFL owners?
For the week of the Super Bowl will turn the Northern New Jersey area into a virtual gridlock.
Route 17 and 3, the main arteries that will bring fans to the game, will be bumper to bumper competing with Manhattan based attendees and commuters for seven days!
What most fans do not realize is that no subway component exists to reach this facility. While a new train component does, the logistics of getting people to and from Manhattan to the Meadowlands will be a difficult, if not an impossible challenge, for an area already known as the most densely populated region of the New York/New Jersey metropolitan area.
Aside from what will be impossible weather conditio...

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