During a press conference yesterday outside MetLife Stadium, NFL VP of Events Frank Supovitz discussed a number of different scenarios the league is facing and what they will do to counter the elements.
There’s multiple possibilities and quite frankly they’re all bad – especially if you’re a fan with tickets to the game. The most watched television event of the year could be played a day earlier, re-scheduled for Monday or Tuesday night OR get pushed back into the following weekend.
Could you imagine being a fan from out of state that’s already booked a hotel room having to find another hotel for the following weekend?
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Or what about if the subways are shut down and public transpiration screeches to a halt, how would one get to East Rutherford then?
It would be a nightmare "
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