NYC Makes Bid To Host 2014 Super Bowl
The city is making a bid to host the 2014 Super Bowl at New Meadowlands Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, according to documents obtained in portions by the New York Times before its official unveiling Wednesday.

The possibilities are endless according to the proposal, which states there could be the commissioner's party at the American Museum of Natural History, a party with a view of the Statue of Liberty from Liberty State Park, and perhaps even breakfast at Tiffany & Company.

But with so many hot prospects, the realities of dealing with the cold weather could take center stage when it comes to talk about the big.

But the proposal says the possibility of winter weather would harken back to "old school" NFL games.

It also says hosting the Super Bowl at the New Meadowlands Stadium would encourage public transportation, and highlights the fact that NJ Transit would be able to transport 10,000 fans from Penn Station to the stadium.

The bid does includes contingency plans for Super Bowl week. The New York Times say everything from providing hand warmers to fans at the game to having people stand by with shovels to dig out the stadium would all be options.

The Super Bowl bid reportedly includes descriptions on details like where owners would land at the stadium via flight, which golf courses could be played on, and available police escorts.

Owners will award the 2014 Super Bowl at a meeting May 24, and the New York/New Jersey bid is reportedly the favorite to prevail over Tampa and South Florida.