When the final whistle blows Sunday and a champion has been crowned in New Orleans , the football world will turn its attention to next year's Super Bowl which will be right in our own backyard at Meflife Stadium. Not to say that we're superstitious or anything, but could the unofficial Super Bowl 48 logo be a sign of things to come at Metlife Stadium?

The branding image for the 2014 Super Bowl in Met life Stadium has an image of a snowflake in the middle of it. But could having a snowflake on the host's committee logo be an invite for the weather gods to wreak havoc on NJ that week? If you ask the commissioner, he doesn't seem to think a wintry setting would necessarily be a bad thing.

According an article on Pro Football Talk Weekly, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said   via the Associated Press, that "he wouldn't be opposed to some snow. "I think that’s great, a little snow would be great for us. But whatever comes our way, we’re going to be prepared for it.”

While the commissioner has to remain upbeat and put a positive spin on things, it's hard to imagine that Roger Goodell is hoping that snow pops up in the forecast for Super Bowl week and the festivities that go along with it. While you can prepare for many things, the weather isn't necessarily one of them.

What do you think of Super Bowl 48's host committee logo? Check out the photo and take our poll below.

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