Among the major storylines for the Super Bowl XLVIII matchup between the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks at MetLife Stadium on Feb. 2 is Peyton Manning’s quest for a second NFL championship and how much the weather will impact conditions. "I think it’s fascinating that the fact is (the main storyline) involves both Peyton and the weather because everybody feels he’s not as good of a quarterback in the cold weather," said Dave Robinson, a Rutgers University geography professor. "So the two are inextricably linked." Robinson is no expert on football, but his expertise figures to draw as much hype over the next 10 days as the stories centered on whether Seattle’s stout defensive secondary can thwart an explosive Broncos attack featuring Manning’s record-breaking arm and the running of Middletown South graduate Knowshon Moreno.
/ / / Odds are it will be cold during Super Bowl