The NFL has chosen the city of Atlanta to be one of the four final cities to host the 2019 and 2020 Super Bowl. It will likely be found out who will host the Super Bowls in the league owners meeting, which is in next May (2016). Owner Arthur Blank plans to have the new stadium ready by 2017, and it will attract many people to come see it in person. The other three finalists are New Orleans, Miami, and Tampa. New Orleans and Miami have hosted 10 Super Bowls each, Tampa has hosted four, and Atlanta has only hosted two. With the new stadium to be up and ready by 2017, I give Atlanta a 95% shot to host one of the two Super Bowls. It will be an exciting time in the city of Atlanta, as the last Super Bowl hosted in this city was in 2000. A decision is expected to come on Wednesday.