Super Bowl XLVIII
“Obviously (a) bad choice of words,” the Ravens QB said one day after using an insensitive term to describe his distaste for cold-weather Super Bowls.
The league got off to a good start by giving MetLife the game in 2014. Now put one in Green Bay, and New England, and Philadelphia — and maybe even Cleveland.
Next year’s Super Bowl may be in New Jersey — but New York City is making sure it’s part of the action.
“We appreciate Governor Christie’s leadership and commitment to the Super Bowl,” NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said. “We look forward to working closely with the state to help present a memorable week for our fans, teams, and partners, and media from around the world.”
On Twitter, some are already dreading what could be for Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium.
Super Bowl XLVIII is still nearly a year and a half away, but plans are well underway for the event.
For the second straight year, the weather at MetLife Stadium on Sunday was perfect for a Super Bowl: sunny, with temperatures around 40 degrees and almost no wind.
One week after a flat out disaster, the Jets have a chance to bounce back.
Roger Goodell noticed the snowflake in icy blue-and-white, centered before the George Washington Bridge, during the debut of the host committee’s logo for the 2014 Super Bowl.
Jets and Giants fans, welcome to… MetLife Stadium? According to a SportsBusiness Journal report, New Meadowlands Stadium officials are in “advanced discussions” with insurance giant MetLife for exclusive naming rights to the home of the Jets and Giants.