December 12, 2010 by USA Post
Metrodome Collapse, As you know, the Giants are off Saturday night in Kansas City and were planning to fly to the Twin Cities thing Sunday morning the first day. It makes for a tight schedule independently, but I understand that the condition of the roof Metrodome has also been a cause of delay.
Typically, operators use Metrodome heated to melt the snow on the roof to prevent collapse. The amount of snow received on Saturday and high winds expected Saturday night makes this task difficult to complete. The NFL noted that “the Metrodome officials” recommended a discharge of playtime
The result is that Favre gets more time to rest an injury he says left him “more undecided” that was never subject continues his series. You have love.
NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said the league Metrodome officials said the dome will not be available for the Giants-Vikings game Sunday – and he would not even be available if the league were ready to push the game come back another day Tuesday.
So now the league is exploring alternatives, and plans to play the game Monday night. According to Aiello, the options are “on stage at the University of Minnesota or another indoor stadium NFL.”
The University of Minnesota stadium is outdoors, which would be brutal, given the time in Minnesota this week. The Giants got on their plane yesterday thinking they were heading to Minnesota to play an indoor game, and they did not bring their gear in hot weather with them, the Giants have to scramble to prepare for play in the freezing cold.
Earlier, the AP reported that the snowstorm that pushed the game back a day caused a partial collapse of the roof inflated the Metrodome.
Thus if we consider the conduct of Indy or Detroit to watch a NFL game? You can see a team that will probably make the playoffs. Can get to see Brett Favre too. (The funny thing is that there is much speculation that Favre would not have been able to play if the game was on Sunday as originally planned.)
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