Power Rankings: Jacksonville Jaguars rated as a top-10 potential Super Bowl host

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In early February, Super Bowl XLVIII was played in the New York / New Jersey area, the first time the big game had been played outdoors in a cold-weather market. This opened the window for every NFL city to throw their name into the hat as a possible host for future title tilts.

Currently, less than half of the league’s markets have hosted a Super Bowl, as only 15 metro areas can stake claim to having the game played on their soil. But that could change down the road, given the NFL’s newfound openness (to what extent remains somewhat of a mystery) to playing the game in less-than-ideal weather conditions.

So with that in mind, the editors at cover32 gathered to rate each of the league’s current markets, grading them based on how attractive they would be as a Super Bowl host city. To see the results and where your team ranks, CLICK HERE.

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