- Dec 1, 2009
- Reaction score
- West Palm Beach
In a best-case scenario, Super Bowl XLVIII will be played on a crisp, clear 50-degree New York evening as the enchanting Manhattan skyline sparkles in the background on an historic night at the new $500 million Meadowlands stadium in East Rutherford, N.J.
“About 40-mile-an-hour wind, six inches of snow on the ground,” said Dolphins quarterback Chad Pennington, who has played 38 games at the old Meadowlands in his 10-year career with the Fins and Jets. “You remember the 2002 Tuck Rule game? New England? It would be that. It could definitely be that.”
“I would think it would be a no-brainer of warm weather versus cold weather for anybody, including the people in New York,” Pennington said. “Maybe they can talk Woody Johnson into putting a dome over it.”
I have to agree with Pennington here. Looks like it will be a low scoring, pounding the rock kind of game.