Winter Wonderland: New York-New Jersey To Host 2014 Super Bowl

May 25, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Sometime this afternoon, according to reports, it will be announced that the New Meadowlands Stadium located in East Rutherford, New Jersey will we rewarded the pleasure of hosting the Super Bowl in 2014.
This has sparked the debate of whether or not a Super Bowl should be played outdoors in a cold weather state like New Jersey.
The NFL has a current policy in place that requires every Super Bowl to be in at least a 50 degree atmosphere or be indoors, but this policy will obviously be put to the test and maybe even altered for Super Bowl XLVIII.
New Jersey’s average temperature in the month of February is a low of 25 degrees Fahrenheit and a high of 44 degrees. Add to that the possibility of snowfall and a bad weather Super Bowl might be just years away.
So why do some immediately write this idea off? It seems that the most common argument is that the Super Bowl decides the champion of the NFL season and some...

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