In the NFL season, we are starting to reach a breaking point where colder weather games are not only possible but likely in many places. Keep in mind that temperature doesn’t correlate much with scoring, and if it’s not really cold (well below freezing) or in combination with wind / snow, we can usually ignore it for fantasy or betting purposes. That being said, at week 6, we still have a few games that can have a slight weather effect on beginners, sitting down, and as usual, I focus more on the wind than the rain.
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NFL Week 6 Weather News
Forecasts are acceptable Kevin Roth RotoGrinders.
Lions @ Jaguars. The steady wind is likely to beat about 15 miles per hour per hour, so it might be worth considering the strokes of this game, but that’s it.
Jets @ dolphins. There’s a chance of rain and winds of 15 miles per hour, but there doesn’t seem to be enough here to deserve solutions to change the lists.
Bosses @ accounts. There are 44 percent. Chance of rain at the start of the shot, possible rain in the late game. However, the wind will be light, so you probably don’t need to combine any of the usual starters, especially when the two heavily armed QB meta transfers.
All of this could change as we approach the kickoff. You can follow Meteorologist Kevin Roth on Twitter (@KevinRothWx) and check hour NFL weather forecasts RotoGrinders. For the best weather-related fantasy tips, check out WeatherEdge.