• wxdavid

    RG Meteorologist

    Hey Grinders. I’m in for Roth so let’s get to it. Some wind out east, some rain out west, but the overall impacts should not be huge.

    MIA @ NE: A WNW wind of 10 to 15 mph with occasional gusts to 30 mph means a slight bump down to the kicking game. It could be just breezy enough to have an impact on a deep pass or two, but not the overall passing game.

    CAR @ NYJ: A NW wind of 15 to 20 mph will be just strong enough to affect a few deep passes. I’ll give a slight bump down to the deep passes and the kicking game.

    CHI @ PHI: Similar story in Philly. A NW wind will be just enough to give a slight bump down to the deep passes and the kicking game.

    DEN @ OAK: There will be a few showers moving through in this game, especially early, but the rain should not be enough to have a big impact on the game.

    SEA @ SF: Fairly similar deal in Santa Clara. Showers will be moving through, but there could be a moderate shower that could impact play. Only a very small bump down in the passing and running game.

    Every other game is looking good!

    Keep Grinding!

    David Wolter

  • emac

    Thanks David!

  • sportznutt

    What wind speed makes a significant difference in games?

  • wxdavid

    RG Meteorologist

    Usually 20 mph or greater will have a more significant impact

  • sportznutt

    Thanks for the reply and the content above!

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