The Coldest Game Ever?
Bears fans have been warned. Monday night is expected to be brutally cold, but it’s not likely to set the mark as the coldest game at Soldier Field. That distinction goes to another MNF game a few years ago. The coldest Monday night game at Chicago was on December 22, 2008 when the Bears defeated the Packers 20-17 in overtime. The temperature was zero degrees with a -15 wind chill and 15 MPH winds. Yours truly was at that game and will be at tonight’s game, so I’ll let you know how the two nights compare.
Are you Superstitious???
If you think knocking on wood or wearing your lucky jersey can influence the score of the game, feel free to pump up Bud Light’s Superstition Machine.
Football fans can interact with the Bud Light Superstition Machine on ESPN.com/NFL every Monday by voting for their favorite team. Once fans click their team to a pre-determined number of votes the Superstition Machine springs into action, acting out a popular superstition and bestowing luck. Two hosts provide viewers with an entertaining play-by-play. For a preview of the Superstition Machine, check this out: