By Matt GannonThe NFL is one of the best teams in the world.
They’ve won two Super Bowls and won an unprecedented number of games.
The game is played in stadiums that are designed for 60-degree temperatures and temperatures as low as 20 degrees.
But the atmosphere in those stadiums can be incredibly chilly.
And the average NFL home game is not a warm game.
The average home game in 2016 is minus-0.1 degrees, which is cold enough to make you feel sick to your stomach.
The league average is minus 0.4 degrees.
The coldest temperature ever measured at a home game was minus-23 degrees on Jan. 4, 2016, when the Miami Dolphins played the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
This is the third time in the last four years that the average home NFL game has been minus-1.5 degrees below normal.
This time it was minus minus-3 degrees, according to ESPN Stats & Info.
The coldest season of the year was minus -3 degrees in 2016.
The warmest was minus 6.5 °C in 2015.
The coolest was minus 14.8 °C last year.
When the temperature drops to minus-10 degrees or below, you are in the zone.
It’s a place that is cool enough to be cool, but not too cold to be hot.
This means there is less of a need to put on gloves or masks.
This gives you a little more time to prepare for the game.
The average NFL game in November is minus 20 degrees, so this is the warmest November in the league.
This year’s average game is minus 9.3 degrees.
This was the warmEST November in league history.
The next warmest is minus 10.7 degrees, and the next coldest is the minus 6 degrees.
The next coldEST game was the minus 4 degrees, minus 4.4 °C.
The heat in the air in the coldest game of the season was minus 17.6 °C, and this was the coldEST coldest November game in league records.