For years, Super Bowl cities have been seeking a way to ensure the game can continue for years to come, with a few different ideas being tossed around. The New York Giants, the Denver Broncos, and Minnesota Vikings are not one of those ideas, though.
There are several reasons why they say this, but it all boils down to how the current process is set up. According to the two Super Bowl cities, the NFL will not allow a group to be part of the bidding process, because they will try to “game the system.”
This comes from these cities that want new ideas that can be presented to change the existing process, to benefit them. This includes how the teams will be picked, or rather, how the owners of the teams will pick the teams.
Teams will be picked by the cities that do not have an NFL team, who will then run their own bid. This is due to the fact that the owners would not want any more games, as this would increase the revenue of the league. The reason these cities are running into a problem is because they do not control the process.
So, what is the ultimate goal of the NFL in Super Bowl 2020? That is still a mystery, though it seems to be to have a permanent Super Bowl stadium in each city.
Some believe that the NFL wants a Super Bowl in the North Jersey area, to increase the league’s popularity, which could make the New Jersey economy strong enough to support another Super Bowl. When those two games take place, there will be money being generated.
The other teams could just take what they want from the Super Bowl, as these are big-time businessmen, though not necessarily sports stars. We also do not know how many of the teams are actually going to be in the Super Bowl, or who would actually be part of the competition.
As for what the Nevada sports teams will be participating in, the Las Vegas Review Journal reports that the Nevada State Athletic Commission has yet to issue their bid for the event. They will need to do this once the Los Angeles Coliseum is decided upon. If the location is approved, the Super Bowl will go on to California.