Kansas City Chiefs vs. Miami Dolphins: Coldest NFL games
Sports fans and Swifties alike are expected to tune into the Wild Card Playoff game as both teams eye a spot at the Super Bowl. The NFL will make history on Saturday night in the Wild Card Round of the NFL playoffs. And it involves the Kansas City Chiefs. The Chiefs will play its first-round playoff game against the Miami Dolphins and NBC will run the game exclusively on Peacock.
This is the first playoff game in NFL history exclusively on a streaming network. Kickoff for Saturday’s game is at 7:15 p.m. at Arrowhead Stadium.
Kansas City will be giving quite the cold shoulder to the visiting Miami Dolphins this weekend. The forecast for Saturday night is projected to reach minus-5 degrees Fahrenheit, according to the Weather Channel, which would make it the coldest-ever football game in Kansas City. If the game were held in Miami, temperatures would reach a low of 62 degrees with a 30% chance of rain.
However, are a familiar opponent to the Kansas City team — unlike the Florida-based Dolphins, who have lost 10 straight games when it was 40° F or lower at kickoff. (Coincidentally, the Fins’ coldest game ever played was against the Chiefs in 2008, when they kicked off at 10° F at Arrowhead.)
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