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Seahawks/Vikings Officially Tied For Third-Coldest Game In NFL History

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We thought that this game had a chance of going into the NFL record books for the cold, and we were right.

With a kickoff temperature of six degrees below zero and a wind chill of -25 degrees, today's NFC Wild Card playoff game between the Minnesota Vikings and the Seattle Seahawks at TCF Bank Stadium is officially tied for the third-coldest game in the history of the National Football League.

Below is the new list of the top ten coldest games in NFL history.

Date Location Teams Temperature Wind Chill
31 December 1967 Green Bay, WI Dallas Cowboys at Green Bay Packers -13 -48
10 January 1982 Cincinnati, OH San Diego Chargers at Cincinnati Bengals -9 -59
10 January 2016 Minneapolis, MN Seattle Seahawks at Minnesota Vikings -6 -25
7 January 1995 Kansas City, MO Indianapolis Colts at Kansas City Chiefs -6 -15
4 January 1981 Cleveland, OH Oakland Raiders at Cleveland Browns -5 -20
20 January 2008 Green Bay, WI New York Giants at Green Bay Packers -4 -24
3 December 1972 Minneapolis, MN Chicago Bears at Minnesota Vikings -2 -26
15 January 1994 Buffalo, NY Los Angeles Raiders at Buffalo Bills 0 -32
26 December 1993 Green Bay, WI Los Angeles Raiders at Green Bay Packers 0 -20
10 December 1972 Minneapolis, MN Green Bay Packers at Minnesota Vikings 0 -18

Stay warm, everybody!