PHOTOS: It's snowing around the NFL
It's snowing across the Midwest and the Mid-Atlantic where there are a handful of NFL games. Here's some of the best photos taken from those stadiums.
There is nothing better than football in the snow (except maybe the Super Bowl depending on who you ask). Week 14 should provide enough snow football to satisfy the appetite of fans clamoring for some pigskin in the white stuff.
In about a half hour, the Eagles' Lincoln Financial Field went from this...
Starting to stick at the Linc: pic.twitter.com/CUL2qUnbL0— Les Bowen (@LesBowen) December 8, 2013
Guys with leaf blowers trying to make yard lines visible here in Philly. Lions v Eagles pic.twitter.com/Yte8bWaHAh— Jim Brandstatter (@brandymancan) December 8, 2013
The Eagles mascot is prepared for the snow.
The snow is falling in Cincinnati too.
And Green Bay.
Snowfall is getting heavier at Lambeau. pic.twitter.com/sHc2yuzo4W— Rob Demovsky (@RobDemovsky) December 8, 2013
But the temperature is more of a problem at Lambeau than the snow.
fan ERic Conlon said this took 10 minutes to freeze http://t.co/Vw64ZdOuGq— Lori Nickel (@LoriNickel) December 8, 2013
A little snow also won't stop these Redskins' fans.
It doesn't look like Dan Rooney enjoys the cold weather.
Dan Rooney requires a field-level credential? pic.twitter.com/UFrbrffUmQ— Eric Kay (@ekaycbs) December 8, 2013
Updating with more photos as the snow falls...
Defense doing the Cupid Shuffle to keep warm. Hey, whatever it takes. #DETvsPHI— Detroit Lions (@DetroitLionsNFL) December 8, 2013
So much for "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" !!— Peter Kostis (@peterjkostis) December 8, 2013
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