Freeze Frames: 10 things you should know about cold-weather football

Here's everything you wanted to know about cold-weather football (but were too frozen to ask).

Originally Published: January 16, 2008

The weather forecast for Green Bay on Sunday: a high of 11 degrees. For Foxborough: a high of 16. In other words, baby, it's gonna be cold outside for this weekend's conference championship games. To get you prepared, here are answers to 10 hot ... er, whatever ... topics about frozen football.

1. Why is a quarterback who grew up in Mississippi now the most famous cold-weather QB of all time?

It really is hard to explain how a man who spent more than half his life ...

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