We find out Tuesday whether the 2014 Super Bowl will be held at the New Meadowlands Stadium (which will surely have a new name soon). If you believe the New York media, which of course has a vested interest, it looks like this will happen.
From the New York Post.
What was inconceivable just a few short months ago is on the verge of becoming reality.
Around 4 p.m. on Tuesday, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell is expected to stand in an Omni Hotel Las Colinas ballroom here and announce the 2014 Super Bowl is coming to New York.
Yes, a Super Bowl at open-air New Meadowlands Stadium in mid-February, when the elements in the Northeast -- hurricane-force winds, sleet, blizzards -- can be at their most frightening.
The idea sounded ludicrous to many around the league and still seems that way to some, but there is no denying the momentum that built in recent months to put New York on the brink of this historical moment.