Cold temps, low of 10-degrees expected for Bears game tonight

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Cold beer may not be the best choice at the Bears game tonight.

ct-spt-1125-bears-rams-chicago-20131125Temperatures are expected to be in the mid-teens, and the wind chill may be close to zero.

Fans are allowed to bring extra clothes and blankets inside Soldier Field.

But security requires them to be inside clear tote bags.

Fans hope to warm things up at halftime when the team pays tribute to former coach and player Mike Ditka.  The team will retire Ditka’s jersey number, 89.

The Bears will be taking on the weather and the Dallas Cowboys who are also in the playoff hunt.

Strong winds could affect the passing game, so tonight could come down to who can run the ball better.

The Bears’ defense has struggled to stop the run for the past several weeks.

The Cowboys have had eleven days to prepare for this game, since their last game was on Thanksgiving.

They have won five of their last seven games.

 

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