So over at SBNation.com we're gathering the pulse of the fans across the various cities regarding a cold-weather Super Bowl. We knew once the Super Bowl was awarded to New York/New Jersey that a lot of owners of cold-weather cities would express interest in hosting a Super Bowl (who wouldn't?).
Clark Hunt has been silent thus far at the NFL owners meetings but there have already been a few teams expressing interest including Redskins owner Daniel Snyder who says "no matter what" Washington D.C. should have a Super Bowl.
So here's the poll for Kansas City. Kansas City was close to hosting a Super Bowl but was dropped out of the running after a rolling roof over the stadium wasn't part of the plan.
What do you think?