This shows how goofy NFL Sheriff Roger Goodell’s leadership has been on this issue. He recently said the Super Bowl wouldn’t return to South Florida until a few hundred million dollars were spent on a stadium roof. That’s because it rained once in 10 Super Bowls held here. Now Goodell’s league is taking the big game to New York, where there is no roof on the new stadium and the Super Bowl will be played at a time known in football lingo as "dead of winter." That’s right. Goodell took the game from South Florida because of a 10 percent chance of wet and handed it to New York despite a 100 percent chance of freezing cold.-Sun-Sentinel's Ethan Skolnick shares his thoughts on a NJ Super Bowl. It's the best take on the situation I have seen yet. Check it out. My thoughts, which mirror his, will follow shortly - as will a poll to see how you all feel.