Chiefs-Dolphins ‘could see a wind chill as low as MINUS 30’ with ‘dangerously cold’ weather threatening to disrupt another playoff game after it emerged that Steelers-Bills could be MOVED

The forecast for Saturday night’s AFC Wild Card Round playoff game between the Kansas City Chiefs and Miami Dolphins looks grim, with reports claiming the wind chill could reach as low as -30 degrees. 

That would be one of the coldest environments for an NFL playoff game in league history. But the NFL has not considered changing the schedule, according to FOX Sports. 

That is despite the National Weather Service saying the wind chill in Kansas City will be ‘dangerously cold’. 

The Wild Card game between the Buffalo Bills and Pittsburgh Steelers could be moved to Cleveland if a state of emergency is declared in the state of New York, with several inches of snow possible.  

Snow is nothing new in Kansas City and nor are freezing temperatures. Earlier this week, the Chiefs released photos showing Arrowhead already covered in snow. 

The Kansas City Chiefs posted photos on social media of Arrowhead Stadium covered in snow

It would not be the first time that quarterback Patrick Mahomes has battled bad weather

It would not be the first time that quarterback Patrick Mahomes has battled bad weather

The Chiefs host Miami in a Wild Card game airing only on Peacock - unless you brave the cold

The Chiefs host Miami in a Wild Card game airing only on Peacock – unless you brave the cold

The coldest NFL game on record is the Ice Bowl, also known as the 1967 NFL Championship.

That was played in Green Bay in -13-degree weather, when the Packers defeated the Cowboys for the league title. 

On Thursday afternoon, the National Weather Service issued a winter storm watch for much of Western New York, including Orchard Park where the Bills play their home games.

It is in effect from Saturday afternoon until Monday morning and states over seven inches of snow are possible over the weekend, with winds possibly reaching 60mph. 

And Pittsburgh’s KDKA Radio are reporting that Browns stadiums officials have already been informed that a switch of venues may be required. Cleveland Browns Stadium is located 184 miles southwest of Orchard Park.



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