Jan 22, 2014; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; A general view as stadium workers clean snow from the field and stands during the Super Bowl XLVIII stadium preparations press conference at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

What Is The Big Deal With The Super Bowl In New York?


After six long months the Super Bowl is finally here. This year as most of you know it will be played in New Jersey. If we have heard one story about a potential winter storm we’ve heard a hundred. One day the NFL released a statement that if the weather is too bad they would move the game to either Saturday or Monday. I wondered why. Do they move the playoff games? The regular games because of snow and cold? No, of course not. I personally don’t see the problem. I have never understood the need to play the Super Bowl in a vacuum anyway. It seems that past Super Bowls have always been played in the most perfect conditions. I actually hope it’s another Snow Bowl like the Eagles and the Detroit Lions. That is football. It may be more exciting than some Super Bowls in the past. If it is a winter wonder land the passing game may be taken out but it should still be a good game. Sound off below and tell us what you think. Here is today’s Poll Question.

Do you think it's a problem having the Super Bowl in New Jersey?

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  • fearlessone76

    First of all, why would you want to play any game in NJ much less the Superbowl. NJ is a toliet. Secondly, I think the Superbowl should come down to skill, not who can hold up better in crappie weather. The Superbowl in NJ, is this some kind of sick joke? I just hope the players and fans don’t get screwed out of their money while they are there. Oh wait I’ve seen the prices of the tickets, too late.