Some veered off that path and instead went with, “Do you really want the Super Bowl played in this?”
To that, I give a resounding, “Hell yeah.”
This is football, people! It’s not meant to be played in perfect conditions, under sunny skies on fake turf. It’s meant to be played by men, on patches of dirt, in freezing temperatures and underneath driving rain storms. Putting the Super Bowl — the biggest game for the biggest sport — inside a dome is an affront to football and everyone who believes in what is right.
Personally, I hate how football teams walk off their pristine fields after game without so much as a grass stain on their pants or hunk of mud stuck to their helmet. Does the new fancy field turf make the game safer, and does it allow for incredible athletes to make jaw-dropping plays every week? Sure, but I’ll contend until my death that Nov "
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