Report: NFL Has Contingency Plan For Snowy New York Super Bowl
We’re coming off a nice run of weather during the week of Super Bowl XLVII in which you could comfortably walk the streets of the French Quarter wearing shorts and a T-shirt or sporting trousers with a light long-sleeve-shirt. The weather, except for one rainy day, was pretty much outstanding.
That’s not likely to be the case for Super Bowl XLVIII when the NFL will invade the New York and New Jersey area during winter to play its most important game in an outdoor stadium. One that will provide none of the comforts of, say, the Superdome (hopefully, New York/New Jersey won’t have forgotten to pay its power bill).
Oh, and don’t even bother asking Joe Flacco what he makes of the situation.
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