DENVER - Today's Broncos game against the Tennessee Titans could be one of the coldest home games in history.
It is expected to be about 12 degrees when the Broncos kick off at 2:05 p.m. and 6 degrees by 5 p.m.
The coldest game in Denver was 9 degrees -- against the San Diego Chargers on Dec. 10, 1972, according to ESPN.
Just last month, the Broncos played in the coldest regular season game in Gillette Stadium history.
The temperature at kickoff on Nov. 24 was 22 degrees, according to the Patriots website.
The coldest playoff game in Broncos history was last year's AFC divisional playoff game against the Baltimore Ravens on Jan. 12, according to the NFL.
The temperature at kickoff was 13 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.
The Broncos lost 38-35 in double overtime.
The second-coldest postseason game at Mile High was 18 degrees -- at the 1977 AFC championship game, according to the NFL. Denver beat Oakland 20-17.