Superbowl XLVIII: Icy cold MetLife Stadium could suit the Seahawks more than the Broncos

It's been snow joke trying to get the MetLife Stadium ready for the Superbowl
It's been snow joke trying to get the MetLife Stadium ready for the Superbowl

The venue for this year's Superbowl is actually in New Jersey, and not New York, as has been often reported. But does it make a difference where the game is being played? Neil Harvey plays location, location, location in his attempt to find an angle on Superbowl XLVIII...

"According to the number crunchers, when playing during the postseason in temperatures of 40 degrees or below, Peyton Manning’s performance goes into a nosedive. His passer rating, which averages 90.1 in play-off games overall, plummets to just 57.3 in the cold. And as a result, Manning has a play-off record of 0-4 in low temperatures."

Neil Harvey

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