This year's Super Bowl will likely feature cold and frigid conditions.
As of now, it's projected to be in the low 30s on Super Bowl Sunday with a chance that it could snow. For the Broncos, they got some good practice on Thursday in 10-degree weather in Denver.
"We've practiced in this and had to play in these types of conditions at different points in the year," Manning told reporters. "So any time you can have a similar situation you can simulate during practice which it might be during a game, it always is a good thing."
Both the Broncos and Seahawks will be familiar with the cold weather, so it shouldn't be a disadvantage to either team.
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