Why Having Super Bowl XLVIII in New York/New Jersey is a Good Thing

For the first time in Super Bowl history, the world’s most famous game will be played in an open-air stadium in a cold-weather city. In 2014, Super Bowl XLVIII will be played in the New York Jets and New York Giants new Meadowlands stadium. It makes perfect sense that this would be the first city to try the experiment on – after all, why not play the biggest game on the biggest stage? …

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  • http://www.clevelandbrownsweblog.com Clayton

    I support 100% the idea of playing the Super Bowl in the North in real stadiums where the elements can be a factor. It has always been a total mystery to me why the NFL has been insistent on “protecting” players against bad weather in the Championship game when we all know that playoffs are do or die in professional football, and those playoff games are often held in stadiums where nature takes its course.