The NFL season is heating up, but temperatures are dropping quickly around the country. Cold-weather football games can sometimes be the most memorable of all, especially considering they are usually in the postseason.
For this reason, you'll find that nearly every game here was a playoff matchup, although there isn't a single Super Bowl because they are traditionally held in warm climates.
It's also no surprise that a few of the same teams who play in northern cities show up multiple times on both the winning and losing sides.
For the game to count as "cold-weather", it had to either have temperatures at or just above freezing (32 degrees Fahrenheit), and/or inclement conditions like snow, ice or strong winds.
Here are the 10 best cold-weather performances in NFL history.