“Head Coach Andy Reid has summoned the entire team to show up on Saturday for additional training and to strategize using different tactics against the Bills on Sunday.”

The weather in Kansas City for Saturday night’s Wild Card game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Miami Dolphins lived up to the frigid forecasts. At kickoff time at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium, the temperature was -4 degrees with a wind chill of -27, making the game the fourth-coldest in NFL history.

Just how cold was it? Chiefs head coach Andy Reid saw his well-known mustache freeze over, and Kansas City quarterback Patrick Mahomes had his helmet crack apart on a hit in the second half.

The frozen head coach was noticeable during the first half of Saturday night’s game, as Reid could be seen on the sideline while calling playsEarly in the third quarter sideline reporter Kaylee Hartung noted that she spoke with Reid during halftime about the game, and the head coach confirmed that his mustache was indeed frozen.

Then there was the cracked helmet from Mahomes. On a long run late in the third quarter, Mahomes nearly reached the end zone. But a head-to-head hit at the end of the play had the quarterback searching for his backup helmet moments later: