I find it hysterical of Dallas shortcomings. 1,250. Count it 1,250 temporary seats were closed off because they weren't ready. 400 of these people didn't get to see the game. Imagine for a second this happen to you for a Dolphin SuperBowl. Can the triple the face value of the original ticket reimbursement even begin to compensate for it? Far from it IMO. These people had to watch the game on TV. They likely had to deal with canceled flights to get to Dallas. Add jacked up hotel, food, and alcohol prices all to watch the game on TV. That doesn't even include the priceless honor and feeling of getting to watch your favorite team play in the superbowl. I feel bad for them. Besides for the game this superbowl was a joke. The largest national audience ever got to see Christiana mess up THE national anthem. Then there was the poor half time performance with a flawed sound system. Which made weak performers look/sound bad. Even the commercials weren't funny or memorable. (the Kim Kardashian was OMG though) I also remember Transformers, Eminem, and the little Dark Vador. Goodell better be counting his blessing that the game wasn't a shut out. He should be ashamed of what took place in Dallas. Goodell also better pray for good weather at future cold city's. The game can be played in cold weather. But the logistics can become a nightmare and dangerous for traveling fans. I'm looking forward to SuperBowls back in South Florida.