2010 NFL Weather Report – Week 3

Sep 25, 2010


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You spend your week analyzing the match-ups to see which lineup you should trot out as you try to take down your opponent. You typically focus on the defense they are facing and an injuries to either team that could affect their play. One of the things that is often overlooked is the weather, which can wreak havoc on your fantasy performance just as much as a shutdown corner. Here’s a look at this week’s weather (according to weather.com).
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Sunday Early Games
Tennessee at New York Giants
70 degrees, Few Showers, 30 percent chance of precipitation
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Pittsburgh at Tampa Bay
86 degrees, Scattered T-Storms, 40 percent chance of precipitation
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Cincinnati at Carolina
72 degrees, Scattered T-Storms, 50 percent chance of precipitation
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Cleveland at Baltimore 
71 degrees, Showers, 40 percent chance of precipitation
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Dallas at Houston
Retractable Roof
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San Francisco at Kansas City
63 degrees, Few Showers, 30 percent chance of precipitation
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Detroit at Minnesota
Dome
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Buffalo at New England
68 degrees, Mostly Cloudy, 10 percent chance of precipitation
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Atlanta at New Orlenas
Dome
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Sunday Late Games
Washington at St. Louis
Dome
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Philadelphia at Jacksonville
87 degrees, Scattered T-storms, 40 percent chance of precipitation
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Oakland at Arizona
Retractable Roof
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San Diego at Seattle
67 degrees, Showers, 60 percent chance of precipitation
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Indianapolis at Denver
84 degrees, Mostly Sunny, 10 percent chance of precipitation
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Sunday Night Game
New York Jets at Miami
84 degrees, 20 percent chance of precipitation
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Monday Night Football
Green Bay at Chicago
44 degrees, 10 percent chance of precipitation

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2 Responses so far | Have Your Say!

  1. 3rdStoneFromTheSun
    September 25th, 2010 at 7:15 pm #

    can’t wait for Minnesota to go back outside in that new stadium
    Vikes Legend Matt Blair swears the roof won’t get closed
    maybe they go back to Super Bowls too?

  2. LestersLegends
    September 25th, 2010 at 11:48 pm #

    don’t see a new stadium anytime soon. State already paid for Gophers and Twins.

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