New York’s Meadowlands Stadium: Why They Should Not Get To Host The Super Bowl

May 20, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

A New York Super Bowl kind of warms the heart and chills out the rest of the body. T
he decision on what city will host Super Bowl XLVIII in 2014 will be made this week.
I live in the Meadowlands, one town away from the Sports Complex in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
I attended Super Bowl XXXIX in Jacksonville, Florida in 2005.
I am not one of those people who hate NFL game days in our area. The traffic gets congested around Route Three and the New Jersey Turnpike, so you just know what to avoid on those 16 home dates for the Jets and Giants combined.
When I was in Jacksonville for the big game, I realized that the city really should say it is part of Georgia and not Florida.
Before kickoff and when the sun was out, the temperature nearly approached 70 degrees on that first Sunday in February. But, as the game went on and got later into the night the temperature fell and by the conclusion of the game the temperature felt around 50 degrees and I regretted no...

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