Imagine all the happy people from out of town, all flocked together since Thursday for a big Super Bowl weekend being told, “Sorry, game’s off. Come back next week.”
Foo Fighters, The Roots and Imagine Dragons will perform on a cruise ship ahead of the Super Bowl. The bands will hit the stage on the Bud Light Hotel New York, which will be docked at Pier 88 in Manhattan.
The National Football League says it has considered contingency plans in case a serious storm slams the Tri-State area around Super Bowl time.
If the weather takes a nosedive leading up to this Super Bowl, the turf crew will keep the field warm and dry with heaters and blowers under a tarp.
Passes went on sale Thursday at an official NFL website. It usually costs $30 to park at the stadium.
The so-called countdown clock to Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium is apparently in the trash along with the Giants’ season.
“We don’t want to see a cold Super Bowl,” the four-time Super Bowl champion told the radio duo. “We don’t want to see what we saw in Philadelphia (this past weekend). What good can come from that?”
The NYPD is amassing its amazing arsenal of security initiatives to make sure the only bullets fired when the NFL comes to town are by the quarterbacks on the football field.
The natural question, asked by many, was whether Sunday’s snow bowl in Philadelphia provided a preview for Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium.
“You will be allowed to have food in your car and have drink in your car,” Al Kelly said. “And provided you’re in the boundaries of a single parking space, you’ll be able to eat or drink right next to your car.”
New Jersey Transit is offering a special pass to ease travel for the first Super Bowl to be played outdoors in a cold-weather locale.
The GOP power trio attended the game presumably as guests of team owner Woody Johnson, a well-known backer of the Republican Party.
“That guy with the hard hat on, is he still here?” the safety said Wednesday. “I need him getting the whole stadium crunked.”
While many consider Peyton Manning to be the greatest “regular season” quarterback of all-time, it really is, in part, a function of being a “dome” quarterback for much of his career. That doesn’t bode well going forward.
Three men have been arrested for allegedly selling fake tickets to New York Giants games, and a renewed call has been issued to be careful where you buy.