NFL commissioner Roger Goodell isn't the only person hoping Super Bowl XLVIII at New York's Met Life Stadium, the first Super Bowl to be played at an outdoor venue in a cold-weather city, goes off without a hitch. Philadelphia Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie says if all goes well, he will push for his city to be the next cold-weather host for the big game. Are you on board with the idea of spreading the Super Bowl location love?
Super Bowl snow?
Just days after Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans, the Northeast was hit with a storm that dropped nearly two feet of snow at MetLife Stadium.
Can't take the cold?
Super Bowl XLV was played under a dome, but snow played a major role in the events of the week leading up to the game in Arlington, Texas.
Miami has hosted the Super Bowl 10 times, tied with New Orleans for the most among any city.