Cold, hard fact: Seahawks-Vikings is third-coldest game in NFL history
The Vikings-Seahawks playoff game was -6 degrees at kickoff, the third-coldest kickoff in NFL history.
The Vikings and Seahawks are dealing with some pretty frigid conditions on Sunday afternoon (although Bud Grant remains holy unimpressed), grinding out 3 whole points through the first half (follow the action in our GameTracker).
Minnesota knows cold weather, but this game was so chilly. In fact, it goes down as the coldest game in Vikings history, with a minus-6 degree temperature at kickoff.
It's -6 at the stadium with a -25 wind chill. It's officially the coldest game in #Vikings history, 3rd coldest in NFL history.— Minnesota Vikings (@Vikings) January 10, 2016
Third-coldest game in NFL history!
It's so cold the Vikings gjallarhorn shattered. It's so cold people were using sideline heaters to warm up camera batteries.
A photo posted by Dawn Mitchell (@dawnatfox9) onJan 10, 2016 at 7:40am PST
Also, it's so cold that cans of beer are freezing in the air.
slush waterfall baby pic.twitter.com/6OoOTwNM0H— ron browse (@AbeBroman) January 10, 2016
Long story short? It's really freaking cold.
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