Nov 05 2012
3.) Mud Bowl, 1977
Three straight days and nights of rain in L.A. The speed of the Rams was totally negated because of the heavy mud that accumulated on the field. Vikings win 14-7
In American football, the Fog Bowl was the name given to the December 31, 1988 National Football League (NFL) playoff game between the Philadelphia Eagles and Chicago Bears. A heavy, dense fog rolled over Chicago‘s Soldier Field during the 2nd quarter, cutting visibility to about 15-20 yards for the rest of the game. Philadelphia moved the ball effectively all day and Eagles quarterback Randall Cunningham had 407 passing yards despite the low visibility; but they could not get the ball into the end zone. Many players complained that they could not see the sidelines or first-down markers.The Bears ended up winning 20-12. The game eventually was named #3 on NFL Top 10‘s Weather Games.
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