Being dubbed, "the biggest, boldest and coldest Super Bowl in TV history," there is chance the matchup between the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks may not even take place on Feb. 2 if a big storm hits the Big Apple. The ProFootballTalk crew discusses whether they are okay with moving the Super Bowl to another day due to weather.
In a media call earlier in the week, the Fox Sports crew revealed their broadcasting plans for Super Bowl Sunday, and what they intend to do if it turns into Super Bowl Friday or even Super Bowl Monday.
"We have been preparing along with the league for multiple scenarios," FOX Sports president, COO & executive producer Eric Shanks told The Hollywood Reporter during a conference call. "I think that even the league a couple of weeks ago didn't dismiss the idea of being prepared for other dates, even before Sunday or after Sunday," explained Shanks. "I think it is the right thing to do."
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