Originally Posted by DerekLee1
And that's puzzling. While I feel bad for the victims of Katrina, even before all that happened, I never understood the appeal of New Orleans to the NFL for Super Bowls and didn't agree with them "automatically" awarding them a SB after Katrina. It's basically, Miami, then city-with-a-new-stadium, then San Diego, then city-with-a-new-stadium, then Tampa, then city-with-a-new-stadium, and back to Miami to do it all over again. I just don't get it.
I also can say with pretty solid certainty that even though Houston put on a hell of a Super Bowl, we'll never see one again. It will go through the regular Miami-new stadium-New Orleans-San Diego rotation, but will add Dallas into the mix now that THEY have a new stadium. It blows.
New Orleans is great for centralized partying.
Personally, after going to Miami for a SB, I think all the SBs should be in Miami. The weather was gorgeous until the actual game, and even in the rain, it wasn't miserable because it wasn't cold out.
And the partying was awesome.
Basically, if your team isn't in it, you are mostly there for the partying and seeing people you know.