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Reggie White, Jeff Hostetler, Max Montoya

Reggie White (92) sacks Los Angeles Raiders quarterback Jeff Hostetler (15) on Sunday, Dec. 26, 1993, in Green Bay. White was credited with 2.5 sacks in the game and Hostetler left in the third quarter with a concussion.

Win: Packers 28, L.A. Raiders 0

Eighth coldest game in NFL history, fourth coldest in Packers history.

Date: Dec. 26, 1993

Temperature: 0 degrees

Stadium: Lambeau Field

Attendance: 54,482

Coach: Mike Holmgren

Starting QB: Brett Favre

Regular season record: 9-7-0, .563, 3rd in NFC Central

Game notes: This game was the scene of the first Lambeau Leap. Defensive back LeRoy Butler forced a fumble from quarterback Vince Evans, which was recovered by Reggie White at the 35 yard line. White returned the ball 10 yards before lateralling it to Butler, who ran the remaining 20 yards. He then jumped into the south bleachers to celebrate with fans. The unique celebration is continued to this day.

With the win over the Raiders, the Packers clinched a playoff spot for the first time in a non-strike season since 1972. The Raiders franchise was located in Los Angeles in 1982-94.

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Mike Holmgren

Green Bay Packers coach Mike Holmgren holds his hand up to the crowd as he walks off the field following the Packers' 28-0 victory over the Los Angeles Raiders in Green Bay on Sunday, Dec. 26, 1993.

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