It was Hoth-level cold for the NFL in Kansas City and Chicago


As the polar vortex brought frigid conditions down into the middle of America, so, too, did it bring extremely cold temperatures to a pair of NFL games that had players and fans alike bundled up. 

In Kansas City, Missouri, where the Chiefs were hosting the Tennessee Titans, the mercury dipped to a meager 1 degree Fahrenheit at kickoff with a -9-degree wind chill. That is reportedly a record for the coldest regular season Chiefs home game since records were kept. 

Temperature officially at 1 degree. -9 wind chill for kickoff#Titans #Chiefs

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