The Dolphins, as expected, will be making a pitch for the 2019 or 2020 Super Bowl.
The host committee concedes it will need help from all of the south Florida counties, local communities, and others.
The reason? The 150+ pages of "demands" from the NFL. San Francisco estimates that meeting all of these for superbowl 50 will cost the community $70 million in real money (unlike the "potential benefit" of hosting the game, which is soft money), so there has to be a commitment and an appetite to pay for it somehow.
So it will cost a lot to local taxpayers, they want complete control over some locations and venues, and we also get an opportunity to volunteer so they can make a larger profit.
To which I say: no thanks. Play it somewhere else.