I see that the NFL has awarded New York with the 2014 Super Bowl - I think that's pretty sweet. It will be the first time a cold weather city has hosted the big game, and there's no better place than New York to have it - that is, if you like seeing ten inches of snow sit on top of a football field.
Hopefully we won't see ten inches of snow, that Super Bowl Sunday, but if it does rain down it sure will make for some interesting conditions to play in (See what I did there? I don't plan on watching that thing ;-) Nowadays, everyone wants to see lots of scoring, and I don't know if fans will be able to catch that kind of action while we're playing in sloppy conditions. They want to see an offensive juggernaut of a game, and we won't be able to promise that sort of outcome, like we'd be able to if we were playing in a warmer city like Miami, Tampa, San Diego, etc. But one thing's for sure: The game will most definitely have a different vibe about it.
If everything works out well in New York, I'd love to see Chicago eventually host a Super Bowl. Personally, I think some of the best cities are cold weather cities, and Chicago would certainly be a great candidate have it. There's plenty to do there; they've got plenty of hotels; they've just got everything a Super Bowl city could need. I'm willing to bet we get it sometime soon.