This is bs. How in the hell did GB manged to take the lead over the Cowboys? If the Cowboys lose this game, they're a joke. Rogers is on the sidelines.
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It's hard to say who should be mvp but if i had to choose, i'd give it to Peyton Manning because he's having a incredible year because people probably think because he's old that he wouldn't be doing good. I'd also give Andy Reid the coach of the year because he really surprised me making Kansas City a good team because i didn't expect them to be good this quick. I think Kansas City needs to improve their defense because they give up too many points and that will be their downfall in the playoffs which will cause them to lose.
Do you think that is "Perfect Football Weather"
....even for The Superbowl?
I'm struggling to think of a World Cup Final with poor weather, as a comparison.
poor weather makes for a more interesting game. adds variables you cant control basically
evens the playing field.
id rather see them play in the snow or rain, changing the day will just piss people off
I think it's pretty ridiculous that the super bowl can only be played in a few select areas that are either warm or in domes. It's not fair to the colder weather teams that play outdoors. You have playoff games in places like New England and Green Bay, but for the super bowl you have to appeal to people that are text messaging instead of actually watching the game.
Some people were complaining that the halftime show bands/singers might get a little cold being outside for a half hour. What a bunch of pussies. They had the super bowl in a dome in Detroit not that long ago, so they were willing to face the possibilities of some bad weather concerning people traveling to the game. So I guess it all boils down to some pussies that don't want to be outside in the cooler weather. Wear a jacket.
I think I'd be annoyed with watching a game in snowy conditions
As I've only seen this on a couple of occasions - not because of the cold but the view?
I hear you on it becoming more open & interesting due to the weather though.
I'm just questioning whether that should be the focal point of the "Winner Takes All Game"
Or "The Final" so to speak.
It depends on where you play and at what time I guess?
Although like American Football you can play in the snow - but not the extent they do
As well as serious rain....as long as the "Ball Rolls True"
Otherwise it is judged to be too dangerous.
I saw that lightning storm a while back which delayed the game quite a while.
Have you ever seen an NFL Game "Called Off" due to weather?
I was just thinking about it being as fair as possible -
Let the skills of the best team determine the winner rather than the weather.
Although I guess you could argue dealing with the conditions add to being the "Best Team" ?
I guess I'm asking in general do Football Players prefer to play in the grimey conditions
Or do they relish it when the sun is beaming?
Like you said playing in a dome isn't fair on the colder weather teams
Put if say The Raiders or The Buccaneers ended up getting to The Superbowl (chuckles)
Would it not be "Unfair" to make them play in the snow? - or your saying that doesn't happen?
Living in England I'm not that up on the rules outside the game :
Is every stadium not a possible Superbowl Venue?
I'm just interested in the difference between what the Players would prefer - weather-wise
And what the Fans would be most happy viewing as a spectacle....
To see whether they are the same.
I don't think the temperature is the issue....more the impairment of vision?
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