I don't know if it should necessarily be held at the Meadowlands, but it definitely needs to be held somewhere COLD. The NFL has been ignoring the colder cities for DECADES. In fact, of the 44 Super Bowls played so far, only 3 have been played in a cold city, and all 3 were played indoors. I am growing tired of seeing overhyped, sniveling quarterbacks get paid way too much money to play in perfect weather conditions.
I was told by the Shutdown Corner (more specifically MJD) that the site for the championship was given to teams as a reward for building new stadiums to help offset the costs of building it. Yet, Denver, New England, Chicago and now New York all have relatively new stadiums, and have been completely snubbed by the NFL for a Super Bowl bid. Instead they give it to Jerry "I'm still trying to buy a championship" Jones.
The current state of the economy has many cities looking for ways to get a little boost. Hosting a Super Bowl would be a great way to do that. There are plenty of cities (Green Bay, Chicago, Boston, Buffalo, New York, Denver) that could provide a great experience while the game is played outside and likely to be poor weather conditions.
MJD was also ignorant enough to say that he believed that an additional reason would be that no fans would go to those markets to watch their teams play. My answer is, if they were true fans they would go.
PLEASE Roger Goodell, start looking around and finding some new sites for the Super Bowl. Miami and New Orleans have hosted nearly half of them already, it is someone else's turn!!