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A look at the coldest playoff games in NFL history as Patriots, Bills set to battle in frigid conditions

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With some brutally cold temperatures in the forecast, let’s take a look at the five coldest playoff games in NFL history. In the 2007 NFC Championship Game, the temperature was -4 degrees and the wind chill made the elements feel like -24.

Chargers vs. Bengals: -9 degrees

The 1981 AFC Championship Game featured the Cincinnati Bengals hosting the San Diego Chargers at Riverfront Stadium in what became known as the “Freezer Bowl.” The temperature was a blistering -9 degrees and the wind chill made it feel like a mind-numbing -59 degrees. During the 1967 NFL Championship Game, which was nicknamed the “Ice Bowl,” the temperature was -13 degrees with a wind chill that made the atmosphere feel like -48.


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