The first quarter of Super Bowl 48 is already almost over, so we'd hope that at everybody has gotten to their seats by now. You might think to yourself, "why the hell wouldn't they be?! It's the Super Bowl!" And by normal logic, that's a typical reaction. You'd think that everybody would make sure they got to the game well ahead of time. But that's only if you didn't see the New Jersey Transit situation, which pretty much the only method of getting to the game from Manhattan. To get to the Meadowlands, you had to go through Secaucus, N.J. Which turned out to be a nightmare. Here's what the setup looked like before people.
And here's what it looked like when the traveling began:
Lines up to an hour and a half at Secaucus train station to get to Super Bowl pic.twitter.com/FlsQNiUrs5— darren rovell (@darrenrovell) February 2, 2014