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NFL Gambling NYC Won't Be a Super Bust

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Super Bowl XLVIII very well could be an unmitigated disaster. It could be the biggest logistical nightmare in modern sports history, and that's if the weather cooperates, which is unlikely given typical conditions in New York and New Jersey in late January and early February.

Traffic is going to be a nightmare regardless. Moving from New York City into North Jersey and vice versa is hard enough at 1 p.m. on a normal Thursday. With hundreds of thousands of people descending on the city from the other boroughs and beyond to experience the first Super Bowl in the area as well as the accompanying weeklong party, commuting will be exasperating. Subways and sidewalks will be even more jammed than usual. It will be frustrating for locals and...

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