Coldest-ever Patriots home game revisited

It was January 10, 2004, and the Tennessee Titans came to Gillette Stadium in Foxborough for an AFC Divisional Playoff game. Temperatures were in the low single digits, but the wind chill made it feel like 10-12 below zero.

With a future U.S. president watching from the sidelines and over 68,000 fans in attendance, the Pats would go on to win 17-14 thanks to a late 46-yard field goal by clutch placekicker Adam Vinatieri.

What follows are some memorable images of that frigid game:

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That Pats team would go on to beat Peyton Manning's Colts in the AFC Championship and then cap a dream season by beating Carolina in Super Bowl XXXVIII on yet another late Vinatieri field goal -- ending the year with 15 consecutive victories.

The Boston 25 StormTracker weather team says Sunday's regular season finale against the Jets will likely have wind chills between 0 and -5. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m.

The Patriots issued a news release on Thursday suggesting that fans may want to bring blankets and feet/hand warmers.