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All Super Bowls indoors?

Discussion in 'Sports and News' started by Left_Coast, Feb 5, 2007.

  1. Columbo

    Columbo Active Member

    Is that meant to counter to BT?
     
  2. BTExpress

    BTExpress Well-Known Member

    Which means at noon it may be 45.

    When the game starts 4 1/2 hours later, it'll be down to 32.

    By halftime it'll be 25 . . . and dropping.

    Oh joy.
     
  3. wickedwritah

    wickedwritah Guest

    No, BT, you're wrong.

    When the game starts at 4:30 MST, it'd still be about 40.

    Might get down to 25 by the end of the game, but by then, everyone is full of liquid courage.
     
  4. Columbo

    Columbo Active Member

    Weak responses.
     
  5. playthrough

    playthrough Moderator Staff Member

    OK, Bengals fanboy has to jump in on this one (while ducking from arrest jokes)...the Bengals won the right to host that AFC Championship, if you'll recall. To that victor sometimes goes the spoils of weather. Deal with it. If you want to take that away you may as well play the whole season on neutral fields.
     
  6. BTExpress

    BTExpress Well-Known Member

    And it also might be 3.

    Why put the bullet in the chamber if you don't have to?

    Miami doesn't get the Winter Olympics.

    Denver doesn't get the Super Bowl.

    That's the deal.

    And it's non-negotiable.
     
  7. Columbo

    Columbo Active Member

    The post was illustrative of the effect of awful weather, nothing else.

    You are absolutely right.

    The Bengals earned that advantage.
     
  8. Columbo

    Columbo Active Member

    Boys, don't let BT's door hit ya where the good lord split ya.
     
  9. wickedwritah

    wickedwritah Guest

    Columbo, my ridiculous points were correcting someone's facts.

    I'm not supporting a Super Bowl in Denver, I'm just saying that it wouldn't be as frigid as someone previously mentioned.
     
  10. Uncle_buck

    Uncle_buck Member

    Instead of playing it indoors why not just play it in only warm weather environments where the weather is pretty much guaranteed in Januray. Also in that why not make sure that the place it is played has other day time and night time activities. Surely Superbowl is not just about the game spectacle. It is a unique experience, fans take a week of their holidays to go down to the game location and want to be able to party, relax and see a great game. Superbowl weekend or week is more than just the 220 minutes or so of game time. I live in the UK so what do I know but if my team were in the superbowl (unlikely any time soon) would I go if it were in Detroit? No! Would I go if it were in San Diego? Yes!

    May be I'm not talking on purely foot ball reasons but I'm just saying....
     
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