Packers Begging Fans For Help Ahead Of Seahawks Game
The Packers are begging fans for help ahead of the Seahawks game.
A winter storm will result in Green Bay being hit with up to 10 inches of snow this weekend. The storm is set to take place between Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning.
In theory the snowfall should be done by the time the game kicks off, but by that point the damage will be done.
The #Packers have asked for as many as 700 fans to help shovel Lambeau Field starting at 6 a.m. Sunday with snowfall expected in Green Bay on Saturday night before kickoff against the Seahawks on Sunday evening.
— Matt Schneidman (@mattschneidman) January 9, 2020
As a result, Packers brass is asking for several hundred fans to volunteer shoveling out Lambeau Field starting at six in the morning on Sunday.
The Packers have arguably the most dedicated fan base in all of professional sports, so it is unlikely that it will be difficult to get the required volunteers.
It will also be interesting to see how the Seahawks respond to these weather conditions. Obviously the climate in Philadelphia last week was less than ideal, but it was nothing like what they will see this weekend.