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06:37 PM ET 05.20 | The votes for Super Bowl L and LI will be awarded at the league meeting in Boston, and San Francisco, Miami and Houston are the front runners. With the South Florida bid experiencing stadium fundings issues, and the San Francisco bid gaining momentum with its new stadium on the horizon, league sources would be shocked if the bid does not go to the 49ers, reports CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora. Similarly, Houston is expected to land Super Bowl LI; the Texans are competing with the loser of the Super Bowl L vote for the ensuing Super Bowl.

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May 20, 2013  06:42 PM ET

What is the weather like in San Francisco in February?

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May 20, 2013  07:20 PM ET

San Francisco and Houston in... Miami and Atlanta out.


Notice something here?

May 20, 2013  07:24 PM ET
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San Francisco and Houston in... Miami and Atlanta out. Notice something here?

Could the NFL possibly be letting cities know that unless they contribute to new or much improved stadiums they will not be hosting the Superbowl?

May 21, 2013  04:56 AM ET
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What is the weather like in San Francisco in February?

You mean Santa Clara. It would actually be perfect, not too cold and not to warm, just right for SB weather held outdoors.

May 21, 2013  07:00 AM ET

There's almost no relationship between the style of game that was played in Super Bowl III and the style of game that will be played in Super Bowl LIII.

I dig the Roman numeral thing... looks real impressive in the artwork and whatnot.

May 21, 2013  07:01 AM ET
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You mean Santa Clara. It would actually be perfect, not too cold and not to warm, just right for SB weather held outdoors.

I still think that football without snow is a poor substitute for real football.

May 21, 2013  07:58 AM ET
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Could the NFL possibly be letting cities know that unless they contribute to new or much improved stadiums they will not be hosting the Superbowl?

Shocking - isn't it?

May 21, 2013  07:58 AM ET
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I still think that football without snow is a poor substitute for real football.

As we will see next February?

 
May 21, 2013  03:07 PM ET

Hey, how about Redskin's stadium?

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