Last week’s weather provided a nice respite from the extreme factors that could have affected fantasy football’s start, sit in their decisions this time of year, but no Had such luck with the NFL Week 13 weather forecast. Wind, rain and/or snow are expected for various games around the league, including the Patriots-Bills big game on Monday Night Football. Fortunately, Meteorologist Kevin Roth of RotoGrinders here to help us break down the weather updates you need to know.
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NFL Week 13 Weather Update
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Charger @ Bengals. You’re more than likely to see snow in Cincinnati on Sunday’s TV shows, but when the game kicks off, you’re more likely to see a freezing rain, if any. The conditions won’t be good, but they’re not too bad – assuming a team from LA can handle them. For now, we don’t recommend sitting any of the main players.
Cardinals @ Bears. With more than 50% chance of rain and wind at around 10-13 mph, conditions for Kyler Murray and DeAndre Hopkins’ first game in a month are suboptimal. That said, they could still kick in, but Darnell Mooney’s outlook fell a bit short of forecasts.
Ravens @ Steelers. It looks like heavy rain will fall after the game, but given the grappling nature of both breaches, fantasy owners may want to stay away from any players at the border. Lamar Jackson, Diontae Johnson, Marquise Brown and Mark Andrews still have to start, but we’ll be watching this forecast to make sure it doesn’t get worse.
49ers @ Seahawks. There’s a chance there will be some rain during this match, but unless the forecast changes and the rainfall looks heavier/more stable, you shouldn’t be too worried about the weather affecting your players.
Patriotic @ Bills. It will be cold…snow…and windy. Welcome to Monday Night Football in Buffalo in December. With winds around 20 mph and sleet expected, it’s reasonable to assume both overtaking violations will be down. speed. With the elite defense involved, that means anyone without Josh Allen, Stefon Diggs, and possibly Dawson Knox is over the line. That includes stone people. We will update the latest forecast closer to Sunday’s matches.
All of this could change as we get closer to launch date. You can follow meteorologist Kevin Roth on Twitter (@KevinRothWx) and check hourly NFL weather forecast on RotoGrinders. For the best advice on weather-related fantasy, check out WeatherEdge.