Top 10 weather games in NFL history

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This 1980 AFC Divisional Playoff Game at cold Cleveland Municipal Stadium had a memorable, yet painful, finish for Browns fans.

Torrential rain nearly prevented the upstart Buccaneers from one of the most amazing turnarounds in NFL history.

The Giants' choice of footwear in the 1934 NFL Championship Game helped make this one of the more memorable games ever played.

John Smith's field goal provided the only score in the Patriots' victory over the Dolphins in a 1982 AFC East showdown in Foxboro.

A blizzard couldn't keep the Eagles, led by future Hall of Famer Steve Van Buren, from winning their first NFL title.

Astroturf turned to ice when the Raiders and Steelers met at frozen Three Rivers Stadium with a berth in Super Bowl X at stake.

The Bengals overcame the potent "Air Coryell" Chargers, as well as a wind chill at 59 degrees below zero, to advance to their first the Super Bowl.

The 1988 NFC Divisional Playoff Game between the Bears and Eagles turned surreal when a heavy fog engulfed Chicago's Soldier Field.

The 2001 Divisional Playoff Game between the Raiders and Patriots turned out to be one of the most exciting, controversial playoff games.

The 1967 NFL Championship Game turned into an epic and icy showdown between Vince Lombardi's Packers and Tom Landry's Cowboys.

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