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LAMBEAU FIELD - GREEN BAY - WI


One of the COLDEST games, sat. 22 dec.'90, glad they had enough 7&7's
Together with Kristi, Scott, Dan and the whole gang. One of those days.

5. Dec. 22, 1990, vs. Detroit, 2 degrees - 14 mph - windchill - min 28F (-33C)
The first of Blair Kielís two career starts at quarterback for the Packers nearly produced a victory.
Kiel threw for 239 yards and ran for a 3-yard score, and rookie running back Darrell Thompson ran a
kickoff back 76 yards for a touchdown as Green Bay took a 17-10 lead after three quarters.

But a fumble by tight end Ed West was scooped up and returned 22 yards for a touchdown by
cornerback Ray Cockett, running back Barry Sanders capped a 133-yard day with a 6-yard TD run,
and Crockett intercepted Kiel at the goal line with 1:39 left as Detroit triumphed, 24-17,
one of five straight losses to end the season for the Packers.
10 coldest games: www.packers.com

"Bull's eye"

"Lambeau Field", home of the GREEN BAY PACKERS, is the longest
tenured stadium in the NFL. Built in 1957 with a seating capacity of 32,150
after numerous additions its now 60,790. Since 1960, home games are sold out


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