55NFLThe Ice Bowl
Date / Dec 31, 1967
Location / Lambeau Field | Green Bay, Wisc.
Moment / With the temperature touching -13 degrees Fahrenheit at kickoff, the Packers and Cowboys played in one of the coldest, and one of the most memorable, games in NFL history. With just seconds left and the temperature dipping to -18 degrees, Green Bay quarterback Bart Starr snuck in a one-yard run, giving the Packers a 21-17 victory.
Impact / It was the third consecutive NFL Championship for the Packers, but this game would be known because of its frigid temperature. With wind chill, the temperature was -48 degrees. Several players suffered from frostbite during the game, including Starr, who got it on his fingers.