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NFL Watch // Snowy Scenery For Memorable NFL Sunday

NFL Watch // Snowy Scenery For Memorable NFL Sunday

words // Brandon Richard

In May of 2010, the NFL made the bold move of announcing New York/New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium as the location for Super Bowl XLVIII. Under the official tag line of ‘Make Some History,’ the game will be the first ever open-air Super Bowl played in a cold weather region. The current record for low temperature at Super Bowl kickoff is 39 degrees in 1972 at Tulane Stadium in New Orleans — we’d be lucky to see it that high at MetLife in February.

Week 14 served as a preview of what we may see in two months — frigid temperatures, players shoveling snow and game strategies being completely altered. Snowy conditions don’t exactly make for the best executed football, but it’s certainly enjoyable to watch. Whether it was the barely visible matchup between the Detroit Lions and Philadelphia Eagles, another unlikely New England Patriots’ comeback, Matt Prater’s record 64-yard field goal in Denver or Antonio Brown nearly pulling off one of the greatest game-ending plays of all-time, we’ll always remember what went down this past Sunday.

Notable Week 14 results included the Baltimore Ravens keeping themselves in the playoff race with a wild win over the visiting Minnesota Vikings; the Cincinnati Bengals holding steady after topping the Indianapolis Colts by two scores; the Green Bay Packers picking up an important win over the Atlanta Falcons with Aaron Rodgers’ return pending; the New York Jets bouncing back with a 37-27 win over the Oakland Raiders; the Kansas City Chiefs blasting the Washington Redskins 45-10 on the road; the Arizona Cardinals eyeing a playoff spot after topping the St. Louis Rams; San Francisco edging by the rival Seattle Seahawks at home; Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints bouncing back with a blowout win over the Carolina Panthers; and the Chicago Bears keeping their hopes alive after topping the Dallas Cowboys 45-28 on Monday night.

Check out some of the football cleats that hit snow-covered fields over the weekend in today’s NFL Watch.

NFL Watch // Snowy Scenery For Memorable NFL Sunday

Jordan Todman wearing Nike Alpha Pro

Jordan Todman // Nike Alpha Pro

NFL Watch // Snowy Scenery For Memorable NFL Sunday // Vikings vs. Ravens

Minnesota Vikings vs. Baltimore Ravens

Ray Rice wearing Nike Lunar Superbad Pro

Ray Rice // Nike Lunar Superbad Pro

Giovani Bernard wearing Nike Huarache 4

Giovani Bernard // Nike Huarache 4

Eddie Lacy wearing Under Armour Highlight MC Packers

Eddie Lacy // Under Armour Highlight MC

Rob Gronkowski wearing Nike Alpha Talon Elite 3/4

Rob Gronkowski // Nike Alpha Talon Elite 3/4

Chris Ivory wearing Nike Alpha Pro

Chris Ivory // Nike Alpha Pro

NFL Watch // Snowy Scenery For Memorable NFL Sunday // Lions vs. Eagles

Detroit Lions vs. Philadelphia Eagles

LeSean McCoy wearing Nike Lunar Superbad Pro

LeSean McCoy // Nike Lunar Superbad Pro

NFL Watch // Snowy Scenery For Memorable NFL Sunday // Dolphins vs. Steelers

Miami Dolphins vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

Lamar Miller wearing Under Armour Nitro Icon Low

Lamar Miller // Under Armour Nitro Icon Low

Tiquan Underwood wearing Air Jordan 12 PE Cleats

Tiquan Underwood // Air Jordan 12 Cleats

NFL Watch // Snowy Scenery For Memorable NFL Sunday // Kansas City Chiefs vs. Washington Redskins

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Washington Redskins

Jamaal Charles wearing Reebok Zig Blaze

Jamaal Charles // Reebok Zig Blaze

Terrance Knighton wearing Nike Alpha Talon Elite

Terrance Knighton // Nike Alpha Talon Elite

John Abraham wearing Nike CJ81 Elite TD

John Abraham // Nike CJ81 Elite TD

Ryan Mathews wearing Under Armour Cam Highlight PE

Ryan Mathews // Under Armour Cam Highlight PE

Michael Crabtree wearing Air Jordan 12 Playoffs

Michael Crabtree // Air Jordan 12 Cleats

Drew Brees wearing Nike Lunar Superbad Pro

Drew Brees // Nike Lunar Superbad Pro

Brandon Marshall wearing Custom Orange Gator Nike Cleats

Brandon Marshall // Custom Orange Gator Nike Cleats

images via Yahoo / Getty Images (David Banks, Justin Edmonds, Larry French, Chris Graythen, Andy Lyons, Sam Greenwood, Thearon W. Henderson, Hunter Martin, Patrick McDermott, Mike McGinnis, Al Messerschmidt, Christian Petersen, Gregory Shamus, Patrick Smith, Washington Post, Jeff Zelevansky)

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