Sunday's NFC Divisional Playoff Game between the Cowboys and Packers will be cold, but not quite as cold as the Ice Bowl.
ESPN.com's Rob Demovsky reported so Monday, writing that forecasts for the noon contest have kickoff temperatures reaching 15 degrees. The Ice Bowl, the 1967 NFL Championship Game between the two at Lambeau Field, started at -13 degrees, according to Demovsky.
Kind of a let down I guess, but still, expect the Cowboys to feel a little weird this weekend. They play in a dome after all, and even struggled in one when they beat the Lions yesterday.