I think I could care less if a super bowl is never played here again as long as the Dolphins are in a few of them. Over the next 7 years or so I predict we will be in more than a few of them. Heres an idea ... when the division championship games are done , let the super bowl be in the team with the best records stadium. I mean thats how the the playoffs are. There are alot of domes & honestly its football. if you are playing in Green Bay , Man Up!! That way the smaller market teams can reap some benefits , and you reward the team with the best record. And most of all since it seems so important ... the game will be played in Sun Life stadium once again (if that what it is called) & Ross & Dee can do a jig. And that way the NFL holds no team hostage.
Doesn't work that way. Many stadiums do not have the technology or capacity to hold a Super Bowl. In addition, would you really want to see the Super Bowl in the same city over and over again if there is a dynasty happening or one team keeps emerging from either the NFC or AFC? What if the San Francisco 49ers dominate the NFC and have the best record in football three or four out of the next five years? Should the city of San Francisco get to host four Super Bowls? Or what about New England? What if they go to the Super Bowl and finish with the best record two out of the next three years? Should they have multiple Super Bowls in Foxborough?
If you do something like this, you open the door for teams in smaller markets to miss out on major opportunities to help boost their economy. For instance, the city of Minnesota is building a new stadium for the Vikings to keep them around, and its a very nice one from the look of it. I think they should get the chance to host a Super Bowl. When a team and city choose to invest in a stadium I think it is only right that they should get a chance to host a Super Bowl if their stadium and city can support an event of that magnitude.