Saturday, September 17, 2005

NFL BUZZ

THE BIG APPLE SCHEDULED TO HOST 2010 SUPER BOWL! MAY BE

The three unsuccessful bidders for the 2009 Super Bowl Atlanta, Houston and Miami may once again fail to earn the privilege to host 2010 Super Bowl. Provisionally the rights have been given to New York City. The clause that has set by the NFL is that the championship game will be played in an indoor stadium and is conditional for the Jets (For our club owners, the idea of a Super Bowl in a domed stadium in New York is a no-brainer). Currently, the team is immersed in a bidding process for land on Manhattan’s West Side, owned by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, where the stadium would be built. 2010 Super Bowl in New York is expected to produce $400 million in economic impact for the city. But still there are many hurdles before the Jets can break ground. Atlanta and Houston are also there in the queue for the bidding, since Miami already has been picked for the 2007 game.

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Blogger Patriots said...

super bowl in NY will be great for people in Ny.
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