If you're heading out to Highmark Stadium for tonight's Wild Card Round playoff game between the Buffalo Bills and New England Patriots, make sure to bundle up the best you can.

The temperature right now is 12 degrees in Orchard Park, but will be between 3-7 degrees by kickoff. The wind chill will be sub-zero degrees.

The Bills and Patriots will have to battle the harsh cold, but the good news is there will be no snow and little winds, which should make a difference for both offenses, although ball security will be something to watch out for.

Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs will be a focal point for the Bills offense and the key weapon for the Patriots defense to look out for, but he's always looking for the lighter side of things, even in the biggest games.

Because of the frigid temperatures, Diggs decided to keep his tradition of themed-cleats going, with custom made "Ice Age" cleats.

Ice Age was released 20 years ago and has become an iconic movie, especially with kids, so a perfect movie to showcase for a game that will see temps near zero degrees.

The Bills go into tonight's game with a fully healthy lineup. The Patriots won't have starting left tackle Isaiah Wynn and starting cornerback Jalen Mills for this game, which will be something to look out for; and should benefit both Buffalo's offense and defense.

Kickoff will be at 8:15 pm on CBS.

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