No Super Bowl has ever looked like this. In the wake of the massive storm that hit the New York/New Jersey area on Tuesday this is what things look at MetLife Stadium on Wednesday.
This year's Super Bowl could look VERY different. Snow being removed now at Met Life. (Via @JosinaAnderson) pic.twitter.com/8sJsV2AdOo— NFL on ESPN (@ESPNNFL) January 22, 2014
beautiful morning @MLStadium. painting @Seahawks endzone under the tent. #sb48 pic.twitter.com/befKi8baeL— Brian McCarthy (@NFLprguy) January 22, 2014
Shovelers hard at work clearing the seats #SB48 #Road2MetLifeStadium pic.twitter.com/wwD8WZ4cbv— MetLife Stadium (@MLStadium) January 22, 2014
Our dedicated team of shovelers! "@bradmayne: Ready for anything including the cold @MLStadium #SB48 pic.twitter.com/mRAoKpkp2O"— MetLife Stadium (@MLStadium) January 22, 2014
Snow removal underway! #Road2MetLifeStadium #SB48 pic.twitter.com/VvD9Nj6PcN— MetLife Stadium (@MLStadium) January 22, 2014
The Feb. 2 game at MetLife Stadium between the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks will, of course, be the first Super Bowl played outdoors in a cold-weather climate.
The long-range forecast for Super Bowl Sunday looks OK, so perhaps the NFL will avoid the disaster of a major winter storm disrupting the game.