Super Bowl could be moved to Monday

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Super Bowl XLVIII could be rescheduled for a different day if the weather is too disruptive, according to the Fox Sports.

High winds that are expected on the east coast of America may result in the Super Bowl being rescheduled for the Monday or Tuesday after.

This would cause massive disruption for fans, who will struggle to extend their stay in New York City for a further two days, to see the world first cold weather open air Superbowl.

The 2012 Super Bowl at the Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis was played under a roof as well as the 2006 Super Bowl in Detroit’s Ford Field stadium.

If on the day of the Super Bowl the conditions are disruptive the the league could move the game to another day before or after the Sunday.

Currently it is looking like there will be a Manning playing the in the Superbowell at the Metlife stadium, however, Giants fans hope it will be Eli’s brother Peyton, who looks favourite to win the AFC.

The Seattle Seahawks look like they are going to be representing the NFC in the Super Bowl and currently boasting the best record in the NFL.

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