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A GAME OF HOT AND COLD
September 02, 1991
And a wet and icy one, too. NFL players—and fans—take whatever Mother Nature can dish out
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September 02, 1991

A Game Of Hot And Cold

And a wet and icy one, too. NFL players—and fans—take whatever Mother Nature can dish out

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Darrell Hamilton of the Broncos worked up a head of steam in the freezing temperatures of Denver Mile High Stadium.

RAIN
One downpour bagged a fan in San Francisco, and another turned Miami's Joe Robbie Stadium into a Dolphin tank-to the chagrin of Steeler Mike Mularkey.

HEAT
Keeping cool at Anaheim Stadium: Robert Massey of the Saints chose a conventional hosing down, while supporters of the Rams were ripe for the occasion.

SNOW
What's a little powder to the folks in Green Bay? But the white stuff formed an unnatural surface for Mark Duper and the rest of the Dolphins on a trip to Buffalo.

COLD
Ken Ruettgers of the Packers saw every breath he took in the wind chill of—28� at Lambeau Field, and band members huddled up at Cleveland Stadium.

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