Cold enough?

With the temperature forecast to be around 3 degrees below zero (which will feel like the negative 20s) at kickoff time Sunday at Soldier Field, the divisional face-off between the Green Bay Packers and the Chicago Bears could wind up being one of the coldest games in NFL history.

It's familiar territory for the Packers, who have played in half of the 10 coldest games ever, according to the NFL. In fact, Green Bay hosted four of those games at Lambeau Field.

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