Gov. Chris Christie on Thursday reassured those shaken by the fatal Boston Marathon bombings that security will be tight at Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium early next year.
After 10 years, the long-delayed retail and entertainment complex at New Jersey’s Meadowlands may finally be entering the homestretch.
Governor Chris Christie has called it the ugliest building in America, and it may be the first structure people see when they come to the Super Bowl in New Jersey.
Forget the Superdome power outage. That’s so last week. The NFL and organizers in New Orleans have a new headache.
It just feels like the Super Bowl belongs here, the biggest game in the shade of the biggest city. We don’t need a Super Bowl. But it still would be pretty cool, even if it means a few aliens in our way for a week.
“This right now, this weather, is the NFL’s worst nightmare for next year,” WFAN co-host Craig Carton said Friday.
Entergy said the device performed without problem during January’s Sugar Bowl and other earlier events. They said the device has been removed and replacement equipment will be installed.
The Giants made a perilous decision. They’re banking on David Wilson and Andre Brown — two younger, unproven backs — to develop into Brandon Jacobs and Bradshaw at half the price.
Andrew Luck. Peyton Manning. Tom Brady. Colin Kaepernick. Joe Flacco beat them all, and to Ray Rice, that makes the Ravens quarterback the best in football.
If the weather is brutal, and New Jersey gets hit by a blizzard and the game is impacted or postponed, then what? It’s a multi-billion dollar gamble. The NFL is betting that there won’t be a blizzard and there won’t be a worst-case scenario.
There are no current plans for a halftime show during Super Bowl XLVIII because NFL officials are unsure how to stage the event in a cold-weather climate, according to a report.
Steve Kallas offers his final thoughts on Super Bowl XLVII and next year’s super matchup at the Meadowlands.
Boomer has his story, and he’s sticking to it: “There was no embellishment … there was no agenda from where I got the story from, nobody was looking to embarrass anybody.”
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell was sitting with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie at the game Sunday, and they talked about avoiding a repeat of the blackout at next year’s game at the Meadowlands.
Boy, if it wasn’t for that Clydesdale making me cry real, salty tears in the fourth quarter, I’d have lost all faith in the power of fabulous beer advertising. Remember the Budweiser frogs? Seriously, I cried real tears. It was good.