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(ESPN)   Roger Goodell: "We cannot guarantee that every cold-weather city can host a Super Bowl, but at least I can say I will push for playoff games on Friday and Monday along with the traditional Saturday and Sunday"   (espn.go.com) divider line 5
    More: Interesting, Roger Goodell, Super Bowl, playoffs, Super Bowl XLVIII, Gregg Easterbrook, Nash bargaining game, wild cards, nfl commissioner  
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2014-01-08 10:28:41 AM  
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thecpt: fruitloop: "Every city can't host a Super Bowl just because of the sheer enormity of this event. ... Will we look at other Super Bowls in cold-weather sites? I think we'll wait and make that evaluation later."

Translation: fark off, Cleveland.  Toronto will get a Super Bowl before you do.

/A Chicago SB would be badass.
//Could Seattle host a SB?

Well Toronto at least has a dome...and their chief export isn't crippling depression


...you've never seen the Leafs play, have you?
2014-01-08 09:19:02 AM  
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Jerry Jones wants to keep adding playoff teams until his Cowboys finally can get in.
2014-01-08 09:05:51 AM  
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Great_Milenko: What, is every team in the league going to automatically earn a wild card slot on week 1?


Well, not Cleveland
2014-01-08 10:18:33 AM  
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eagles95: They love their version of football and force feeding them a yearly Jags game isn't going to change their mind


They get the Lions next year maybe that'll be the ticket.
2014-01-08 09:44:22 AM  
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When Pat Bowlen had Mile High Stadium replaced, the NFL told him it would never have a SuperbOwl there unless it had a dome. Bowlen refused saying that an an outdoor stadium is an advantage when playing warm weather teams (including hosting division rivals San Diego and Oakland every year). Now that there's a big game in New Jersey this year, the NFL may just change its mind about Denver. It would be a great place for the championship.
 
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