The cold weather might get too cold for Super Bowl. The NFL has put plans in motion that would allow to move the Super Bowl 2014 date.
The Super Bowl 2014 date is subject to change based on new reports for instance carried by USA Today. The Super Bowl 2014 in New Jersey is the first outdoor cold weather Super Bowl and it may have been the wrong choice considering how bad the weather is right now in the region. The NFL is now preparing for the possibility to move Super Bowl date. Just imagine the implications for millions who have planned to host Super Bowl parties and other events on Sunday, Feb. 2. What if it is going to be Super Bowl Saturday this year? It just would not be the same.
The NFL said that they are preparing to hold the Super Bowl 2014 anywhere from Friday January 31 and Monday February 3.
Let's just hope the MetLife stadium team is able to get rid of the snow in time for Sunday. Watch below a CBS report about the Super Bowl snow dress rehearsal that took place this week. 1,300 workers shovel out the MetLife stadium - Amazing.
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