The Green Bay Packers have certainly been involved in their fair share of cold-weather games. After all, your stadium doesn't earn the moniker of "The Frozen Tundra" without them. However, this week's contest at Soldier Field in Chicago will rival any weather conditions that have been seen at Lambeau Field.
The positioning of the Bears' stadium - right on the edge of Lake Michigan - lends itself to bitterly cold wind chills, as the air blows in off the lake. Expect that to be a major factor in Sunday's game, and the Packers are already working on preparations for what equipment to use on Sunday afternoon.
Aaron Rodgers might get new 'coldest game I've ever been a part of' - ESPN
The previous one was the game late in 2007, which despite the 16-degree temperature, had a wind chill of negative-18.
Packers "not jinxing the snaps" in cold | Packersnews.com
Corey Linsley's snapping hand won't be gloved, unlike every other hand on the Packers' offensive line. There's too much at stake with the snap of the football to risk anything other than a 100% sure grip.
Trio of defenders coming on strong for Packers | Packers.com
Dean Lowry, Datone Jones and Jayrone Elliott are playing bigger roles on defense lately due to injuries on the front seven (and a suspension), and all three have come through with flying colors.
Seattle’s fake punt worked perfectly until the punter got crushed - SBNation.com
Oh, poor former Packer Jon Ryan. That was brutal.
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