One of These Cities Will Host Super Bowl LII

Get out your puffy jackets.

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Ben Nix, from NFL security, carries the Vince Lombardi Trophy in preparation for a news conference between San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh and Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh for the NFL Super Bowl XLVII football game on Feb. 1, 2013, in New Orleans.

The 2018 Super Bowl will either require attendees to bring their own heavy duty jackets … or flashlights.

The NFL has whittled down the city hosts of Super Bowl LII to Minneapolis, Indianapolis, and New Orleans. NOLA held the last Super Bowl, which experienced an unprecedented 30-minutes-plus blackout during the game.

The winning city won’t be revealed until the NGL’s spring meetings begin in May.



Dear San Diego:

If you raise revenue to build a new stadium, you will always be at the top of the list for the NFL and ALL other high end sports/entertainment events and will recoup the out-of-pocket costs via sales tax revenue + create thousands of jobs. 

Or do nothing and lose your team and future revenue and jobs,

/s/ the office of obvious information


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