With news breaking that the NFL Super Bowl will be on its way back to Arizona for the 2015 season, fans are delighted to hear the news. Well, all fans except for the Tampa, Florida fans who narrowly missed being selected, as the only other candidate city in the running. That’s ok though, since greddy ol’ Tampa has hosted the big final 4 times now; 1984, 1991, 2001 and just three years ago in 2009.
The weather in Arizona is pretty much always conducive to a great Super Bowl atmosphere, even in February, where most other North Americans are freezing their little asses off at home and looking forward to the pot-roast after work…
Don’t you just love looking forward to things that seem so far away, but are just around the corner? Just like our cold winter-time roasts and the smell of a well-stoked fireplace in the cold of winter, the thought of Super Bowl, even 3 years from now, brings us warm and cuddly feelings inside too.
Bring on Super Bowl in Pheonix in 2015!
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