Should the Super Bowl be in cold weather cities? Why or why not?

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  1. QC_1983 profile image75
    QC_1983posted 3 years ago

    Should the Super Bowl be in cold weather cities? Why or why not?

  2. speer138 profile image60
    speer138posted 3 years ago

    As a packer fan I think cold weather football is great to watch. For the superbowl though I prefer to see teams in perfect conditions. I wanna see the 2 best teams play without 1 possibly having the advantage.

  3. QC_1983 profile image75
    QC_1983posted 3 years ago

    Speer, how is it that 1 team has an advantage over another if it's in a cold weather city? For example, if the Colts and Seahawks play in the Super Bowl next year and it was in one of the dome stadiums, will the Colts have an advantage over the Seahawks because the Colts play in a dome? No. Most of your NFL games are played in cold weather even the West Coast and Southern teams have to go to cold weather cities to play games. And, there isn't such thing as perfect conditions just because it's in a warm weather city, a few years ago the Super Bowl in Dallas (which your Packers won) was plagued by a week-long ice storm. In 2000, when Atlanta hosted the Super Bowl, it was 30-something degrees and snowing. There was a rainstorm in Miami in Super Bowl XLI. There could've been a dust storm in Arizona last week, and that's bad, if not worst, than a snowstorm. Once both teams get to the Super Bowl one team doesn't have an advantage over another, it's the two best teams from the AFC and NFC.

    1. speer138 profile image60
      speer138posted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Obviously if its in a dome, weather isn't a factor. Which I would prefer. That about as perfect as conditions could get. I agree that most teams aren't bothered all that much by the cold weather anyways. However a teams like green bay or Chicago live

    2. QC_1983 profile image75
      QC_1983posted 3 years agoin reply to this

      If everyone is so anti-cold weather then you should eliminate the cold weather city with domes from hosting it because you can't say you dislike having it in cold weather cities but you make exceptions because they have domes, that's hypocritical.

    3. speer138 profile image60
      speer138posted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Hypocritical? If its a dome then weather isn't a factor. That's the point. Honestly I dont even care that much. I would just prefer to see the 2 best teams go at it without weather being a major factor. Why do you feel so strongly about it?


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