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Snowy Football Scenes from the Past

Sean Breslin | TWC
Published: January 18, 2013

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Football and Snow: The Perfect Combination

Nothing gets fans of football excited quite like whiteout conditions as their favorite team battles through the elements to get a big win. "Snow" games are well-documented throughout the history of the National Football League, and some of the most memorable plays in the sport's history came on a layer of soft, white fluff. With the championship games on the schedule this weekend, here are some photos of memorable snowy backdrops in the NFL.

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