Check out how the fans dealt with the cold in Minnesota

Props to these Seahawks fans for braving the cold.

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In case you didn’t know, Sunday’s NFC Wild Card game between the Minnesota Vikings and Seattle Seahawks was played in frigid conditions. Below-zero conditions.

No big deal, right? People in Minnesota are a tough folk and are used to this kind of weather. But nonetheless, the scene at the TCF Bank Stadium was cool to see.

Let’s take a peek at how some of the fans were dealing with the freezing temperatures.

If you’re a Minnesota resident, the cold doesn’t impress you:

Just like the Beatles walking across Abbey Road, these three fans are decked out and crossing the street and into TCF Bank Stadium:

Is this cheerleader really happy or gritting her teeth to deal with the icy air?

This sign speaks volumes:

Are there people under all that gear?

Tailgates will go down, rain, shine or snow:

Hey, there’s Roger Goodell!

And, of course, there’s always the moron who has to take his shirt off: