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Door ajar on more Northern Super Bowls

Posted by Albert Breer  May 25, 2010 07:07 PM

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Snyder's tone was different.

"I think eventually we’ll have one," he said. "I think New York will do a great job of demonstrating what a big-time city can do. I think when they host the game, people will be surprised that the weather’s not that cold and, quite frankly, we might get lucky, in which case it would a fantastic showpiece for outdoor stadiums."

Either way, Kraft seemed genuinely happy for the Jets and Giants, whom the Patriots have been supportive of throughout this process.

"I think they made a great presentations and a number of people were sold on the fact that it’s a first-class stadium in a first-class city, the greatest city in the world after each of our home cities – Yeah, make sure you include that part," Kraft said with a smile. "And I think everyone wants to give it a try and experience it. That was why."

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