For all the NFL fans who want the Super Bowl to be played on Saturday instead of Sunday, your wish may be coming true - maybe. Next year's Super Bowl is scheduled to be played outdoors so the NFL is putting together a contingency plan just in case inclement weather hits Metlife Stadium and the New York/New Jersey area.
Well, that makes sense.
According to Yahoo! on Feb. 12, "The plan reportedly includes moving the game to Saturday, which would be great for those of us at home who need a day to recover from our food and drink but awful for fans traveling to and from the site with set plane reservations."
Okay, well before all of you NFL fans start cheering at the thought of a Saturday Super Bowl, here comes the possible bad part, because you know you can't have a plan A without a plan B, and it's not going to be a fan favorite!
Plan B is the possibility of delaying the Super Bowl until later in the week, as in mid-week - possibly Tuesday or Wednesday.
I told you plan B isn't a good one.
Well there is no sense in worrying about something that is a year away, but maybe something positive could come out of all of this, like moving the big game to Saturday or at least changing the kickoff time to 4:30 p.m. EST on Sunday.