LAMBEAU FIELD - The Packers franchise has thousands of dedicated fans. And when the temperatures drop, you see just how loyal they really are.
"It is actually pretty warm compared to every other game I've been to," said dedicated fan, Ashley Dean.
Fans visiting from different parts of the country got a rude awakening when they saw how cold it would be on Sunday.
"Seeing the numbers versus actually being here, no, we had no idea," said Robert Alford from Las Vegas.
Going to a game in the frozen tundra means you have to be prepared with a few layers.
"I have some under armor leggings and then some Nike cold gear running pants, and then these. And then on top, i have 4 layers underneath the coat," said Alford.
But some opt to leave those layers at home.
"You have more shirtless people for colder games, obviously," said Dean.
Regardless of your wardrobe, it was flat out cold in Green Bay for the Giants game. You have to get creative to stay comfortable.
"You have to be really loud, you have to be interacting with the crowd. You can't just sit there and be cold, you have to do things to make you warmer," said Dean.
No matter what they do to stay warm, fans still knew just how lucky they were to be at historic Lambeau Field for the playoffs.
"It's going to be indescribable; I'm completely excited for it," said Alford.