MetLife Stadium has passed a power test in preparations for February's Super Bowl, an organizer announced Thursday, as the NFL hopes to avoid a repeat of last winter's power outage at New Orleans' Superdome that delayed the game a half hour.
New Jersey will play host to the Super Bowl in February and that's great news for area football fans. What's not so great are the ticket prices, and that's why Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli is urging the National Football League (NFL) to get creative and give true fans a break.
We have heard all kinds of ideas for the Super Bowl halftime show. From Bon Jovi, whom the Examiner says was already asked by the NFL and has not responded, which if that happened would shock me, to Billy Joel, to even a mixed bag of Jersey artists that would include Bruce Springsteen and take way too much time and would probably sound disjointed, to reortedly Bruno Mars...
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