What Non-NFL City should get a Super Bowl?

What Non-NFL City should get a Super Bowl?

  • Los Angeles

    Votes: 5 17.2%
  • Las Vegas

    Votes: 9 31.0%
  • San Antonio, TX

    Votes: 7 24.1%
  • Mobile, AL

    Votes: 1 3.4%
  • Other

    Votes: 7 24.1%

  • Total voters
    29

semipenguin

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Given that some of these cities might have to build a stadium, maybe even a doomed stadium, but which Non-NFL City should be able to host a Super Bowl?

The city of Palo Alto got to host SB 19. They don't have an NFL team

Los Angeles
Las Vegas
San Antonio, TX
Mobile, AL
Other
 

AJ_II

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I think LA would make the most sense. I'm still not sure why that city doesn't have a franchise. They had two of them at one point...I guess the LA residents have better things to do on Sunday afternoons. Can't really blame 'em though. It's not like a Pittsburgh or a Kansas City where there's not much else to do once winter rolls around .

I don't see the NFL ever getting involved with Las Vegas. Everyone knows that gambling is a major reason why the NFL is so popular, but they'll never come out and admit it.
 
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blyons200

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IMO no non NFL city should get a Super Bowl. I think all NFL cities should get a Super Bowl on a rotating basis. It may come every 32 years, but it does come.
 

Supafly

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None. And games shouldn't be played away from the home teams stadium (ie. other countries).
 

givemealiter

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i picked LA but i really would say that if i choose other, i would say knoxville, tennessee with theyre stadium that holds over 100000, that would be a pretty attentence record :p
 

dpkimmel2001

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It's not like a Pittsburgh or a Kansas City where there's not much else to do once winter rolls around .

I guess if you really have even been here to Pittsburgh in the winter time you need to find new friends here. There's plenty to do. I thnk that you just hang out with the wrong people.

No non-NFL city should host a Super Bowl.
 

AJ_II

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I guess if you really have even been here to Pittsburgh in the winter time you need to find new friends here. There's plenty to do. I thnk that you just hang out with the wrong people.

Never been there...didn't mean to offend you or any other Pittsburgh natives. I just picked two random, cold-weather NFL cities off the top of my head. I'm sure you have a very happening city there.
 

AJ_II

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I don't think that the Super Bowl needs to be held here anyway. Hell, it's 19 degrees today!

Yeah it'll never happen. Unless you have a domed stadium in a cold-weather city (Indy, Detroit), the Super Bowl will never come. But I'd rather be winning them than hosting them anyway. You guys have gotten pretty good at the former.
 

MadisonRadio1

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LA or Las Vegas would pull in the best entertainment. Tampa is nice (Outback Bowl and all) but with having Bruce Springsteen that is bound to fuel the fire around here about E Street Radio.
 

goreds2

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Snoozer understood. It needed to be pointed out.

We don't understand why you put down a city (Pittsburgh) when you have never been there. :pointlaugh:

Unbelievable.


I am sure you will do fine in the corporate world. :eek:

Back on topic: I think any place in the USA with a dome type stadium should be eligible for a Super Bowl. Are the new Yankee or Mets stadium going to have a retractable roof?