Is a cold-weather Super Bowl a good idea?


With the bid from the NFL’s two New York teams signed, sealed and delivered, we are one step closer to the first outdoor, cold-weather Super Bowl in 2014. Two more traditional Super Bowl cities — Miami and Tampa — are also submitting bids, which will be decided upon at the NFL Spring Meeting in Dallas later this month.

Until then, we get to contemplate the possibility of playing the biggest game of the season in New Jersey, with potentially cold temperatures, wind, rain and/or snow.

Jamie Dukes and Warren Sapp did just that on NFL Total Access Wednesday with host Fran Charles. See the video above.

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