The Vikings-Seattle game Sunday could be one of the coldest in NFL history. The forecast calls for a high temperature of zero; there have been only nine games in league history where the temperature didn't exceed zero. The Vikings' coldest game, 2 below against Chicago on Dec. 3, 1972, was the sixth-most frigid in NFL history.
COLDEST VIKINGS HOME GAMES
•2 below vs. Chicago, Dec. 3, 1972 (wind north 11 mph)
•0 vs. Green Bay, Dec. 10, 1972 (wind SW 9 mph)
•5 vs. Los Angeles, Nov. 29, 1964 (wind NW 12 mph)
•9 vs. Chicago, Dec. 5, 1970 (wind north 25 mph)
•9 vs. San Francisco*, Dec. 27, 1970 (wind north 10 mph)
* playoff game