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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by TitanJeff, Jan 31, 2014.
go seahawks Manning throws ducks.
PS: = How Manning prepares his forehead
A high of 40 and a low of 33. Winds around 7 MPH. Kickoff won't even be the coldest in outdoor SB history. So much for all the hoopla over the weather. Remember when the Farmer's Almanac forecasted a blizzard in September and people lost their ****?
ESPN just needed something to talk about for two weeks.
Goodell had even suggested about moving the game to a later date, thats really all this was. Teams probably won't even notice the weather at all.
The NFL has a contingency plan to move the date every year. This was the year when people found out about it because of the chance of snow.
Go around the country and find me a place when you know the weather is going to be good in February. You automatically eliminate 3/4 of the country because of cold. Atlanta had a ****ing ice storm throughout the week. It was in the high-30s in Jacksonville and raining all week.
You're either going to play the SB indoors every year or you run the risk of dealing with weather. That's sports.
I told you guys it wouldn't snow 2 whole years ago
they can play in az anytime of the year
y don't you work for the weather channel
Atlanta didn't really have an ice storm, we only got two inches of snow. The city just ****ed up horribly, probably going to be some loss of jobs from it. I would imagine that with the Super Bowl in town, they would have executed better.
I felt this location was practically forced though. Not that I really care, I think I will enjoy and outside game.
A high of 65 and a low of 45 when they played the Super Bowl at U of Phoenix. It was cold there when they played the Super Bowl! IT'S FEBRUARY! IT GETS COLD!
At least they can close the roof there.