There is nothing like the big game, especially when you host it, which could be a big possibility. The Super Bowl will make its first trip outdoors in a cold-weather city this February, when MetLife Stadium in New Jersey hosts the game.


If the outdoor Super Bowl in New York/New Jersey turns out to be a big success, then the NFL would be inclined to make cold-weather Super Bowls a more common occurrence in the future.

According to NESN, Robert Kraft, owner of our beloved Patriots thinks New England should be the next cold weather outdoor venue. Kraft says “It would be great. I sort of like Boston/Providence, This is where it all started. Right here.”

That’s something Kraft would like to see but isn't going to prioritize.

I really want to know what you think? Should the Super Bowl be played here?