created by: Fantasy Football Playa | Jan 23, 2014

Greeneville, TN

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Has the New Jersey Storm Caused The SuperBowl Reschedule ?

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  • Yes
  • Might be rescheduled
  • Too many trees for the forest
  • no
  • Superbowl continues as planned
  • Disrupted my plans was getting excited
  • Not a very bright Idea
  • All of above and more

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blood

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Jan 24, 2014
 

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a more fitting question would be how many people care?

“I've Always Been This Stupid”

Since: May 12

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blood wrote:
a more fitting question would be how many people care?
If they move it this will be the biggest joke in the history of football. They put it in an outdoor stadium in New Jersey in February. What the hell did they expect? I won't watch of the move it to Monday.
waitandwatch

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Jan 26, 2014
 
Something worse could happen. That day, as predicted, light snow and rain and freezing temps. At about 6:00 that night teams, fans, and support staff all there. Weather changes to worse, quickly. Heavy snow, wind, freezing temps. 83,000+ at the stadium. Play or not play? Either way, if a major storm hits at the wrong time there will be thousands of people stuck there as transportation systems clog or are delayed. Think on it.

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Jan 26, 2014
 
waitandwatch wrote:
Something worse could happen. That day, as predicted, light snow and rain and freezing temps. At about 6:00 that night teams, fans, and support staff all there. Weather changes to worse, quickly. Heavy snow, wind, freezing temps. 83,000+ at the stadium. Play or not play? Either way, if a major storm hits at the wrong time there will be thousands of people stuck there as transportation systems clog or are delayed. Think on it.
What you just described is the moral way to think about it. However the NFL will be thinking with their wallets. You see the money they make in stadium in chump change compared to what they make on television. Simply moving it one day will completely destroy what is usually a very set schedule. The move it to Monday and what time does it start? 6:30 like it is scheduled? That's only 3:30 in Seattle and I think 4:30 in Denver. Not to mention the middle of the work day or the middle of the night in other countries. So they move it to 9:00 for the people out west but now it is too late in the east. Moving the date is not as easy as it sounds.

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