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  • It's just another case of 0.1% calling the shots...

    100 million or more watching around the country vs fewer than 100 thousand watching in person...But the NFL's prevailing argument is that the timing of the game is for the benefit of those attending (which is less than 0.1% of the football-following-public) and for the economies of the host city (which mostly benefits wealthy investors in hotels, restaurants and shopping centers). Any economic benefits that accrue to the host city are more than offset by productivity losses all around the country the hungover-morning-after.

    Moving to Saturday would lessen the day-after impact on most businesses, would allow game attendees to enjoy the host city on the day after rather than rushing away, and probably would lessen the airport traffic by spreading departures over Sunday and Monday vs. Mostly on Monday now.

    The only people who would hate this would be pastors who count on Super Sunday attendance and their annual rant about how the game is so much less important than the mission of the church.

  • Bars and Parties

    When I watch a game at a party or at a bar on a Saturday, I don't just say "Well that's the game, time to go home". But I do on Sunday! On Saturday, I'm ready to keep on going. I wonder how many bars are practically empty on Sunday soon after the game is over. Compare that to Final Four SATURDAY! And the NFL's reason that they bring such a windfall to the site's economy is BS. There have been 39 SB's in just 3 states so the majority of the states rarely get such windfall.

  • People can stay up late

    People can stay up later and take it easy on Sunday rather than go to work on Monday all tired and perhaps hungover. The big game is also longer than most regular games due to the extended halftime show. Moving the game to Saturday will allow people to stay up late, enjoy the night and sleep in on Sunday.

  • Good for all!

    Good for business, good politics, good for social reasons, good for partying, good for everyone! Why not? The TV ratings will be stronger, businesses will not have as many absentee and zombies on Monday! What are we waiting for????? Let's get on the bandwagon and get this done!! Do it now!!

  • Good for all!

    Good for business, good politics, good for social reasons, good for partying, good for everyone! Why not? The TV ratings will be stronger, businesses will not have as many absentee and zombies on Monday! What are we waiting for????? Let's get on the bandwagon and get this done!! Do it now!!

  • Visiting-- a sticky situation

    Some say that Sunday nights are perfect for a Super Bowl, because of the hosting city's revenues from tourism of football fans, arriving on Friday night. But here's the thing-- when super bowls are on Saturday nights that gives fans time to leave and relax on Sunday, or to do additional sight seeing the next day, if insisted. If it's on a Sunday night, then fans will have to leave on Monday-- a work day.

  • Going to Work Monday

    Going to work on Monday is the worst. People should be allowed to enjoy the superbowl and that is hard when you know you have to get up in 7 hours and go into work. Move it to Saturday so fans can enjoy it with other fans. It will also earn more $$$$$

  • Sunday is the Lord's Day: right, all you Christian football fans?

    Of all the professing Christians in this country, does no one remember that Sunday is the day reserved for worship, meditation and prayer? In the past all Christians would insist on keeping national football away from interfering with the worship of Jesus Christ. We have totally forgotten to honor the Lord on Sundays.

  • Half the work crew is out

    Some of them requested the Monday after Super bowl prior to, but most of them just called in sick. Makes for a horrible day for production. PLEASE move the game to Saturday!!! I also enjoy hosting football event parties, can't do it when I get up at 3AM to go to work.

  • Because. Reasons. BOOM.

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  • Visiting-- a sticky situation

    Some say that Sunday nights are perfect for a Super Bowl, because of the hosting city's revenues from tourism of football fans, arriving on Friday night. But here's the thing-- when super bowls are on Saturday nights that gives fans time to leave and relax on Sunday, or to do additional sight seeing the next day, if insisted. If it's on a Sunday night, then fans will have to leave on Monday-- a work day.

  • Visiting-- a sticky situation

    Some say that Sunday nights are perfect for a Super Bowl, because of the hosting city's revenues from tourism of football fans, arriving on Friday night. But here's the thing-- when super bowls are on Saturday nights that gives fans time to leave and relax on Sunday, or to do additional sight seeing the next day, if insisted. If it's on a Sunday night, then fans will have to leave on Monday-- a work day.

  • Visiting-- a sticky situation

    Some say that Sunday nights are perfect for a Super Bowl, because of the hosting city's revenues from tourism of football fans, arriving on Friday night. But here's the thing-- when super bowls are on Saturday nights that gives fans time to leave and relax on Sunday, or to do additional sight seeing the next day, if insisted. If it's on a Sunday night, then fans will have to leave on Monday-- a work day.

  • Visiting-- a sticky situation

    Some say that Sunday nights are perfect for a Super Bowl, because of the hosting city's revenues from tourism of football fans, arriving on Friday night. But here's the thing-- when super bowls are on Saturday nights that gives fans time to leave and relax on Sunday, or to do additional sight seeing the next day, if insisted. If it's on a Sunday night, then fans will have to leave on Monday-- a work day.

  • Visiting-- a sticky situation

    Some say that Sunday nights are perfect for a Super Bowl, because of the hosting city's revenues from tourism of football fans, arriving on Friday night. But here's the thing-- when super bowls are on Saturday nights that gives fans time to leave and relax on Sunday, or to do additional sight seeing the next day, if insisted. If it's on a Sunday night, then fans will have to leave on Monday-- a work day.

  • Visiting-- a sticky situation

    Some say that Sunday nights are perfect for a Super Bowl, because of the hosting city's revenues from tourism of football fans, arriving on Friday night. But here's the thing-- when super bowls are on Saturday nights that gives fans time to leave and relax on Sunday, or to do additional sight seeing the next day, if insisted. If it's on a Sunday night, then fans will have to leave on Monday-- a work day.

  • You guys are stupid

    It should be on saturday
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  • No, the Super Bowl should remain on Sunday

    The Super Bowl is traditionally on Sunday and should remain that way. It just does not seem right to have it on any other day, even on Saturday. Super Bowl Sunday could be looked at as the cap to an awesome weekend, you party all day and night on Saturday and by sleeping in on Sunday catch up on your rest for some vigorous football watching.

  • Super Bowl Sunday is Tradition

    For the longest time Super Bowls have been held and broadcast on Sundays. It is a major tradition in many households to have tailgate party or to watch the game together. There is no reason to change it to Saturday, unless people just want an excuse to go over board with the drinking.


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