Game day preparation for the Super Bowl nation: 10 things to watch on Sunday

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NFLJust 48 years after launching the first one in L.A., the NFL has decided that if the Super Bowl can make it in New York, it can make it anywhere.Or something like that.With some kind of reverse marketing strategy in play here, Super Bowl…

Or something like that.

With some kind of reverse marketing strategy in play here, Super Bowl XLVIII plops itself down in New York’s sixth borough — New Jersey — as weathered hosts in the nation’s No. 1 TV market join together two teams familiar with the need to perform in potentially rotten atmospheric conditions.

To top off a matchup of the Seattle Seahawks and their top-rated defense against the Denver Broncos and their top-rated offense, Fox Sports has proclaimed this to be the “boldest and coldest Super Bowl ever.”

We’ll be the judge of that from our comfy family room recliner once the kickoff commences (3:25 p.m., Channel 11), as we already have wrapped ourselves in our warmest blanket to give us better clarification of the situation.

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