Kam Chancellor's 'iguana skin' still recovering from Vikings game

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In the wild-card round, the Seattle Seahawks and Minnesota Vikings competed in minus-6 degree temperatures.

The wind chill in Minneapolis on Jan. 10 was minus-25, and it was the third-coldest game in NFL history.

The Seahawks entered the fourth quarter of that game trailing 9-0, but they came back for a 10-9 victory after Blair Walsh missed a potential game-winning field goal. Strong safety Kam Chancellor had one of the biggest plays of the game, stripping running back Adrian Peterson for a forced fumble down the stretch.

Apparently Chancellor's body is still recovering from the frigid temperatures. He recently posted the above Instagram video of his "iguana skin" fingers.