The Super Bowl Could Be Moved to Saturday or Monday, Probably Won’t Be

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In this Dec. 15, 2013 file photo, a mound of snow is shown outside of MetLife Stadium before an NFL football game between the Seattle Seahawks and the New York Giants, in East Rutherford, N.J. NFL officials may be embracing the notion of a cold-weather Super Bowl, but seriously: What happens if there is, in fact, a snow storm on Feb. 2? (AP Photo/Peter Morgan, File) Photo: Peter Morgan/AP

If it snows so much on Super Bowl Sunday that it becomes impossible to attend the game at New Jersey's open-air Metlife Stadium despite an all-out effort that includes monster snow-melting trucks, it's possible that the Super Bowl could be played a day earlier, a day later, or even a week later if necessary. There is almost no chance of this occurring, but stranger things have happened in the annals of sports, like when Randy Johnson hit that bird, and ... that's it.