Power Rankings: Super Bowl Cities






1)
Miami
Miami is a beautiful city with great weather and a great football environment.
2)
New Orleans
I'm partial because I live 100 miles from New Orleans, but come on, it’s the most exciting place you can have to host the Super Bowl.
3)
Indianapolis
It is probably most family-friendly confine of the locations and gives you the more comfortable experience.
4)
Los Angeles/ Pasadena
How can you beat the classic SoCal scenery of Los Angeles, even if the Coliseum and Rose Bowl are 100 years old?
5)
Tampa, Fla.
I think it’s a great city to host a Super Bowl. I'm not just saying that because I'm only an hour away. Kurt Warner's last game was in Super Bowl XLIII, where his Cardinals lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
6)
Glendale/ Tempe, Ariz.
Glendale was the home of Tom Brady's quest for 18-0, though everyone outside of Massachusetts remembers it as the glorious downfall of the Patriots' "dynasty."
7)
Arlington, Texas
Nice venue with Super Bowl amenities. Unless you have a ticket with no seat.
8)
Houston
Another city in which Tom Brady won a Super Bowl. The Patriots won their first of back to back titles against the Panthers here in Super Bowl XXXVIII.
9)
Atlanta
They don't call it HOT-LANTA for nothing. There is just tons of things to do in that town before and after the Super Bowl.
10)
San Diego
Perfect weather year-round, great beaches, and home of the John Elway-Brett Favre Super Bowl XXXII, one of the best contests between two of the greatest QBs of all time. Did I mention the weather and beaches?
11)
San Francisco/ Stanford
The closest to “home” any team has come to playing at home. The 49ers enjoyed a good game against the Miami Dolphins and Dan Marino.
12)
East Rutherford, N.J.
This place can get a little chilly during the winter months, and that can greatly affect the season’s biggest game.
13)
Detroit/Pontiac
This is one of the worst Super Bowl sites, if only for personal reasons. The Bengals lost at the hands of Joe Montana in 1982, AND the Steelers were victorious over the Seahawks in 2006. Otherwise, I have nothing against Detroit.
14)
Minneapolis
Minneapolis is a great football game host, who unfortunately has little chance to see their team play in a Super Bowl in the near future.
15)
Jacksonville, Fla.
It's only hosted one, but Tom Brady and the Patriots ought to remember it well. It was the last time they won a Super Bowl. Super Bowl XXXIX against the Philadelphia Eagles.

The Power Rankings are compiled by MyBriefs staff writers David Grant, Joseph Laguerre, Franklin Lee, Brandon Meyers and Ankur Varma and are sponsored by Panda Express.

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