Nevermind the halftime show, the 2014 Super Bowl cheerleaders are a big part of game day. The weather will be cold, but the NFL cheerleaders will warm things up on the sidelines.
NFL fans will be turning on February 2 in to watch the Broncos play the Seahawks, along with a side of chicken wings, beer, Super Bowl commercials and a little gawking at the pom-pom wielding NFL cheerleaders who many hope will be wearing short skirts and midriff-baring in the cold New Jersey weather.
Temperatures are expected to hover around the low 40s on Sunday with a 10 percent chance of percipitation. It's the first time in NFL history that the Super Bowl will be played in an outdoor stadium in a cold weather environment, so fans will need to dress in layers.
There has been speculation that the game may be rescheduled due to snow or icy temperatures, but for now it looks like the game will go on as scheduled at 6:25 p.m. on Sunday at the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J.
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