Making a bigger impact than any single player in the NFL this week was Mother Nature. Low temperatures, showers and snow flurries impacted several games on the Week 14 schedule. No game was affected more than the meeting between the New York Giants and Minnesota Vikings, which had to be re-scheduled for Monday after the roof of the Metrodome collapsed. Weather was also a big factor in Chicago, where the Bears hosted the rolling Patriots. However, New England looked completely unfazed by the snow storm, winning in blowout fashion once again.
Let’s take a look at what some of the players and coaches wore to weather the elements on Sunday.
Jay Cutler tries to stay warm in his Reebok NFL Sideline 2nd Season Knit Cap.
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers walks off the field wearing the Reebok NFL Sideline 2nd Season Cap.
Brandon Gibson of the Rams tries to break a tackle in the Nike Zoom Vapor Carbon Fly.
Danny Woodhead of the Patriots carries the ball with his Reebok Fade Receiver Glove.
Terrell Owens looks to make a catch in his Jordan AJ III Player Exclusive.
Vincent Jackson of the chargers hauls in a pass wearing Reebok’s NFL Burner Speed III Low.
Eric Wright of the Cleveland Browns runs in the Nike Vapor Jet 4.2 after recovering a fumble.
Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan observes the action in Reebok’s NFL Sideline Coaches Cap.
Troy Polamalu dives for the pylon to complete the pick-six in the Nike Speed D Low.
Chiefs quarterback Brodie Croyle looks to air it out in the Under Armour Nitro II.
Bengals tackle Andrew Whitworth catches a touchdown on a trick play wearing the Nike Air Zoom Merciless.
San Francisco running back Brian Westbrook makes a cut in the Nike Zoom Hyperfly.
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