The San Francisco vs. Green Bay matchup is arguably the best of the weekend and unquestionably the coldest. That's cold as in you can count the number of degrees the temperature is expected to be on Sunday with your fingers. One. Two. Three. Four. Five. Five degrees

You're going to run out of fingers if you're trying to count the number of degrees below zero the wind chill is expected to be. And toes, too. It's going to be approaching -30 degrees at Lambeau Field, making it one of the coldest games in NFL history.

You'd think the 49ers would be at a disadvantage with them being from California and all, but the Packers nation shouldn't feel too confident. San Francisco has won its last six, and anybody who watched the Packers face the Giants in the 2008 NFC Championship knows Green Bay can lose in these conditions.

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[via ABC News]