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Notebook: Cold Game Brings Colder Offenses

Brad Johnson

Both teams struggled to hold onto the ball in the NFL's most turnover-prone game of the season. We detail the mistakes that seemed to have the weather to blame, look at the Vikings' colder offense and offer various other notes from Minnesota's 23-13 loss in the truly Windy City.

With a little imagination, the winds at Soldier Field could have mustered up a John Facenda quote about the winter wind wreaking havoc on a bone-chilling day in Chicago. While the official starting conditions of the game were 20 degrees with a 15 miles-per-hour wind, according to Fox Sports the 18-degree start at Soldier Field was the coldest starting temperature Brad Johnson has made in his...

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