Manning Thinks a New York Super Bowl Is 'Unique' and 'Good for the Game'

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Manning Thinks a New York Super Bowl Is 'Unique' and 'Good for the Game'
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Unlike Joe Flacco, Eli Manning would have no problem playing a Super Bowl out in the cold. The Giants quarterback warmly embraced the idea of a cold-weather Super Bowl, during a stop at the Super Bowl Media Center on Friday morning. He believes Super Bowl XLVIII at the Meadowlands next February will be "unique and different" and "good for the game" - no matter how "retarded" Flacco thinks it is.

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