Chiefs Warn Fans to Bundle Up
A polar vortex is set to hit the area, causing temperatures to plummet during the Chiefs-Dolphins playoff game. With high temperatures in the single digits and projections of reaching as low as minus 5, the Chiefs organization is urging fans to come prepared. They have advised fans to “cover all exposed skin” to stay warm in the freezing conditions.
Former Chief, Hill, Ignores the Cold
One player, Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill, who spent six years with the Chiefs, is disregarding the organization’s advice. Hill believes that the key to staying warm is all in the mindset. He stated, “If you believe it’s going to be cold, then you’re going to freeze your b—- off.” Hill plans to play without sleeves and encourage his teammates to adopt the same mindset.
Dolphins Embrace the Challenge
For the Dolphins, the frigid weather in Kansas City is a stark contrast to what they are used to in South Florida. Head coach Mike McDaniel acknowledges that no one likes being cold, but he sees this as an opportunity to galvanize the team. McDaniel believes that overcoming difficult conditions can bring the team closer together and ignite their competitive spirit.
This playoff game at Arrowhead Stadium is expected to make history as the coldest game ever played there. Negative temperatures have never been recorded at the stadium before. The temperature at kickoff is projected to be -2 degrees, marking a new record. As both teams prepare to face the extreme cold, the outcome of the game remains uncertain.
Disclaimer: This article includes information reported by Fox News’ Paulina Dedaj.