Christie said visitors were free to go to New York and enjoy “a couple of good restaurants, and some theater and stuff to do.” But he added that game announcers on Sunday “are not going to say live from New York City, because that would be a lie.”
CBS 2 weatherman Lonnie Quinn says a lot will depend on the timing and placement of an incoming low-pressure system. “It’s like Mother Nature is a football fan,” he said on Monday night’s newscast.
If it took 48 years to get the Super Bowl in a cold-weather state, there’s a reason. It’s a bad reason. This game is meant to be played in warmer weather, for a thousand reasons.
An icy wind made its way through the Meadowlands, cut across the Hudson River and into frigid Manhattan. Looks like Mother Nature is taking seriously the NFL’s slogan for the upcoming Super Bowl: Best Served Cold.
It all has to do with star quality. And Peyton Manning is the nova that burns brightest in a league where quarterbacks reign over the NFL universe.
Football fans who think they’re coming to New York City for the Super Bowl will find plenty of activities, parties and attractions. What they won’t find is a stadium, or the actual game.
With all the extra attention an outdoor, cold weather Super Bowl has given the league, the NFL should commit to making the host city a major part of the Super Bowl story every year.
Police are blanketing midtown Manhattan with temporary surveillance cameras as one of many security measures being taken to protect visitors for the Super Bowl.
Rather than focusing on silly statistics like Denver’s 0-3 Super Bowl record when wearing their orange jerseys, this is going to be on legitimate game-changing X-Factors.
The possibility of a “major” weather event appears to be diminishing, but there’s still a chance snow could make an appearance at during Super Bowl XLVIII.
When little brother Eli says Peyton Manning doesn’t need to beat the Seattle Seahawks and win a second Super Bowl to secure his legacy as one of the NFL’s greatest quarterbacks, believe him.
Both Denver and Seattle advanced this week after defeating the Patriots and Niners, respectively. The two will square off on Groundhog Day this year with the championship on the line. The question is: who will end up with the title?
Ahead of Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium, MetLife has produced a video featuring current and former NFL players singing “The Star-Spangled Banner.”
It seems Sen. Robert Menendez is a little tired of hearing about New York hosting the Super Bowl.
Don’t worry. At least not yet. But one early weather projection is taking shape for Super Bowl weekend — and it doesn’t look good.