SB Nation's The Phinsider had a few interesting thoughts on the cold-weather Super Bowl to be played in New
York Jersey in 2014.
Predictably, as a Miami fan, they weren't exactly promoting a cold-weather game. Miami/South Florida has had more Super Bowls than any other city. Of course they want to keep it in the warm weather.
People will say that the game was made to be played in cold weather. But there's more to it than just the two teams playing in the game. What about the fans who will be plunking down thousands of dollars to travel to New Jersey to support their team? And what happens if a snowstorm affects everyone's ability to get to the stadium on Super Sunday?
Then there's the potential of having to assemble a stage for the halftime show on a slippery snow-covered field. Could anyone see things going terribly wrong there?
Fans plunker down a lot of money for conference championships games often played in the snow but the Super Bowl is a different beast. It brings in over $300 million to a city.
The early votes are in at The Phinsider's poll and to no surprise most don't like it.