With the temps going to be the coldest all season, I was wondering if you can bring in a blanket. Does anyone know?
Its the one item that is not listed in the Giants Stadium policy...
Plastic Bottles (One bottle per fan with cap removed)
Still cameras (non-professional) that do not obstruct views of neighboring guests. (Note that certain events do not allow cameras. Check the specific event information page for more info.)
Small purses and fanny packs
Aramark bags containing just-purchased merchandise
Hand-held radios and TV's (fans will be asked to turn them on for inspection)
Umbrellas (IZOD Center only)
Large Bags, Backpacks, Briefcases, Suitcases
Glass Bottles, Cans
Umbrellas (Giants Stadium only)
Video Cameras, Recording Devices
Professional cameras and tripods
Pets (only service animals are permitted)
Firearms, Knives (incl. pocket knives), Box Cutters or Weapons of any kind
Hanging Banners, Signs, Sticks, Poles, Balloons
Noise Makers, Whistles, Air Horns, Bull Horns
Clothing containing vulgar language
Drugs, Narcotics, Illegal Substances
Pepper Spray, Mace
Any item deemed by management to be dangerous or inappropriate[/QUOTE]
In NFL lore, the Freezer Bowl (January 10, 1982) was the 1981 AFC Championship Game between the San Diego Chargers and the Cincinnati Bengals. The game was played in the coldest temperature in NFL history in terms of wind chill. (The coldest in terms of air temperature was the Ice Bowl.) [B]Air temperature was -9°F [/B](-23°C), but the [B]wind chill, factoring in a sustained wind of 27 miles per hour, was -37°F [/B](calculated as [B]-59°F [/B](-51°C) using the now outdated wind chill formula in place at the time). The game was played at Cincinnati's Riverfront Stadium, and televised by NBC with announcers Dick Enberg and Merlin Olsen.
The Bengals offensive line played the entire game with bare arms. [B]It was so cold icicles started to form on Fouts' beard early in the game.[/B]
C'mon guys, toughen up. This is like the third thread on the temperature at kickoff.