Right now the NFL is saying that the stadiums in both Miami and San Diego are not fit to host a Super Bowl. A proposal to put money into the renovations of the Miami Stadium have been turned down, so it may be some time before a SB goes back there.
San Diego's Jack Murphy Stadium....or whatever it is called, has been subpar for some time now....so it ain't gettin' any.
They won't go to a non-NFL city, so no LA or like San Antonio.
So, what stadiums are any good?:
The new Santa Clara stadium
The dome in Phoenix area
The Jerry Dome in Dallas
The Texans stadium
The Superdome (renovated after Katrina)
I think they hate Jacksonville and never want to go there again.
I don't know what they think about Tampa's Stadium....I would think it would be good.
Not sure about the Georgia Dome. It is not that old, can it be that bad?
I agree that nothing up north in the cold should be considered...even domes like in St. Louis, Indy etc.
Its Qualcomm stadium in San Diego and it's a dump and has no shot at ever hosting another super bowl.
I think Indy has a real shot at another super bowl. From all reports the city did a fantastic job and the stadium is right downtown and there are a ton of hotels all within walking distance. The city also has plenty of experience in handling large crowds for single day sporting events, (Indy 500, Nascar Brickyard 400).