New York/New Jersey 2014 Super Bowl Is an All-Time Blunder

May 26, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Society has certainly seen its share of famous mistakes.  
A few examples come to mind: The making of Bonfire of the Vanities into a movie, changing the recipe for Coca-Cola, Dan Quayle running for public office, cutting Michael Jordan from his high school basketball team, and Decca Records turning the Beatles down for a recording contract. 
Well, now we can add New York/New Jersey hosting the Super Bowl at the New Meadowlands Stadium in 2014 to the list.
Really, what was anyone thinking when this was passed through a league vote on Tuesday? 
Here are just a few of the countless reasons this will likely go down as an all-time mistake:
1. The weather.  I have been to New York in January and February, and it has usually been cold...make that freezing.  New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg said, "People talk about the weather, but, you know, this is football, not beach volleyball."

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