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Seahawks in super bowl = Crappy destination

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You guys got stuck with Detroit 8 years ago and now NY?:tdown: Only upside is bad weather would favor your defense and your Beast offense.:tup:
 
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Crappy? Its the newest stadium in the league. And no where better then NY (except for Seattle) to hold a national championship.
 

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Crappy? Its the newest stadium in the league. And no where better then NY (except for Seattle) to hold a national championship.
Except it's not in NY, of course.
 

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"Start spreading the news...Hawks jetting away...I want to be apart of it in old New York!"
 

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I'd rather be playing in a crappy Superbowl location rather than my team sitting on it's ass at home.
 

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Crappy? Its the newest stadium in the league. And no where better then NY (except for Seattle) to hold a national championship.
Hate to tell you but no one watches the super bowl for where it is being played, neither city nor age of stadium. The game could be played in Peoria and still get all the national attention. Perhaps I've misjudged the venue. Is this new stadium a dome? If not, my post stands.
 

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Hate to tell you but no one watches the super bowl for where it is being played, neither city nor age of stadium. The game could be played in Peoria and still get all the national attention. Perhaps I've misjudged the venue. Is this new stadium a dome? If not, my post stands.
Yeah, so? Sorry, not following you. What is the point of your post then?
 

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Yeah, so? Sorry, not following you. What is the point of your post then?
That neither Detroit nor NY is a good place to visit in early February. Even worse if sitting in the weather while spending that kind of money. Also if played outside it would suck to see the weather effect the outcome of a game.
 

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That neither Detroit nor NY is a good place to visit in early February. Even worse if sitting in the weather while spending that kind of money. Also if played outside it would suck to see the weather effect the outcome of a game.
It's like playing at home for the Seahawks...bring it!
 

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Dream realized come Sunday...then we can suffer the ills of New Jersey and the surrounding filth that is the Meadowlands.
 

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Dream realized come Sunday...then we can suffer the ills of New Jersey and the surrounding filth that is the Meadowlands.
The filth is there year round its the weather at that time of year that is the worst.
 

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That neither Detroit nor NY is a good place to visit in early February. Even worse if sitting in the weather while spending that kind of money. Also if played outside it would suck to see the weather effect the outcome of a game.
Shiaaaatt.... that's what footballs all about! Did you loose your head and forget where you are posting, we love that shit in the PNW.
Bad weather, outdoor stadiums, I'd take it over any fair weather outdoor or DOME stadium.

Beg to differ on this one with you per usual...
 

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Shiaaaatt.... that's what footballs all about! Did you loose your head and forget where you are posting, we love that shit in the PNW.
Bad weather, outdoor stadiums, I'd take it over any fair weather outdoor or DOME stadium.

Beg to differ on this one with you per usual...
Seattle doesn't get that cold that often. Nowhere near as cold that time of year. Stop acting like you play in Green Bay or Buffalo. Seattle weather is MILD in comparison.
 

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It was in the teens a month ago. We had playoff games in the snow in 2005. But yeah, its terrible in NY...totally unbearable. ;)


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Seattle doesn't get that cold that often. Nowhere near as cold that time of year. Stop acting like you play in Green Bay or Buffalo. Seattle weather is MILD in comparison.
I'm not talking about Alaska here, I'm talking the difference between NY and Seattle. The answer: Not much.
 

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I'm not talking about Alaska here, I'm talking the difference between NY and Seattle. The answer: Not much.
You're clueless. Average low for January and February in seattle is WELL ABOVE FREEZING. Same time in NYC is WELL BELOW FREEZING. :p
 
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