The New Meadowlands Stadium has been awarded the 2014 Super Bowl in New York/New Jersey. Does the ordinary fan care where it’s held? http://www.Twitter.com/J…

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gregcellent

Its part of the game..teams have to play regular season in the cold, and playoff games in the cold..if the AFC championship game can be decided in cold weather so can the superbowl

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pettway2000

This is a stupid idea i don’t care if in New York.The weather sucks out there why do you think so many New Yorkers move to Florida or Cali……..THEY MIGHT AS WELL PLAY THE GAME IN ALASKA!!!!!!!!!!

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dgoodin24

im fine with it. football is a physical game and they play in cold weather all the time

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TheGoldenStud96

I Say It’s Pretty Cool To See Some Of The Best In The Cold!! So I Don’t Care!

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TheGoldenStud96

I Say It’s Pretty Cool To See Some Of The Best In The Cold! So Yes I Don’t Care!

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superdonyoungy

I remember when I was a kid they tried to sell the superbowl to the UK, there was a massive advertising campaign with montages of big hits and action, the posterboy was a guy called something “THE FRIDGE” Perry. Dad sat up and videoed the whole thing so we could all watch it the next day.

Here’s the thing, the game takes longer than cricket!!!!!!!!!!! and it’s not even as calming as cricket!!. I’m afraid I found it essentially boring and wonder how come so many Yanks love it?.

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seand67

LOL…don’t bet on it. They are hoping to make as much money as possible. There are no discounts at the Super Bowl. Expect to pay 1,000’s of dollars to freeze your azz off…if you’re lucky to get a ticket!

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jacobkroper

The tickets would probebly be cheaper because of cold weather, and cold weather doesn’t really bother me. So I really don’t care about what the weather would be like.

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Jeremyakita14

i bet AFC west,NFC west,NFC south ,AFC south teams are complain about cold super bowl in 2014

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PerryPlayer440

thats the moment of a lifetime to enjoy a superbowl no matter what the fucking weather is i would go naked in freezing ass weather if i had 2

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Will McDermott

FIRST OFF FOOTBALL IS STUPID AS FUCK
the real fans= are the fat dumb poor fans so they wont have enough money to buy a ticket

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Embargoman

Tear down the old Madison Square Garden and build a one like those modern stadiums in Japan that are so state of the art that make the US stadiums look like their in the stone ages, so in 2014 when they make a new Madison Square Garden the rest of those new satduims in the US will look like old school when they play the Super Bowl in the new MSG.

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serchyissexy

NAPPY has a nice dome i’m sure your hype over spending a week in NAPPY rite?

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ryanr20091

what if it is a blizzard it will be too cold and the players could be severly affected like the qb and the running back . this will give the players an excuse to not be at there best . superbowl is to big to play around like this . conditions should be favorable . anyaw forget about 2014 . 2011 is dallas time baby cowboys are ging to win

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b1GR33Nm0nSt3rRrRrRr

imagine the giants are in the superbowl also!!! that would be insane!

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seand67

You won’t be driving anywhere if a Noreaster strikes. Remember last Winter…LOL

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webkdd40

Dude, I like it. Thats what football is all about. It rain like a bitch in Miami that year. Hell yea play it in NY.

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David Kast

I would go to a Super Bowl. I don’t care about the weather. I would be going to the Super Bowl.

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