In the Week 12 weather report, we’ll go over which games appear to have the strongest projected wind gusts, possible precipitation, and more. We will also give you the games where we should not have to worry about the weather, that is, which games you can choose from in DFS without having an ulcer. Useful weather resources include the National Weather Service and Dark Sky, among others.
The worst weather games
No game can be considered bad weather at this point of the week, especially at this time of year. I wouldn’t worry about anything other than ability, playing time, and opponent when setting your lineups.
Best weather games
Falcons at Jaguars
A slight chance of rain with temperatures reaching 40 degrees with a wind of around 4 mph provides a decent weather for two not so good teams.
Jets at Texans
The rain has cleared from the Houston area and this game should be perfect for football. Temperatures will be in the low in the mid-60s, wind around 8mph and clear skies for this one-game barn burner.
Titans at Patriots
You couldn’t ask for better New England weather at the end of November. It will be chilly, with temperatures hovering around 30 degrees, but with winds around 5mph and no rain, this is shaping up to be a good weather match.
Eagles among the giants
There is a slight chance of rain at MetLife Stadium, but unless the forecast changes, rain shouldn’t be a problem. Temperatures will be in the low 40s and winds will be light at around 3mph.
Steelers to the Bengals
Clear skies with winds around 12mph could make the cold lows of 40 a bit colder, but overall the weather should be okay.
Panthers at dolphins
Miami will have light winds, sunny skies and temperatures in the mid-70s. This is why people are always moving to Florida.
Chargers at the Broncos
Clear skies, mid-60s temperatures and a wind of around 6 mph should give us great weather for this AFC West game at Mile High.
Vikings at 49ers
The bay area will be nice, with temperatures in the mid 60s, light wind around 4mph and clear skies.
Rams at Packers
Lambeau Field at the end of November will always be uncertain and this game looks to be the most uncertain today. But, that’s not bad enough to worry too much about right now. The winds should ease throughout the day, in the morning around 15mph, but by the time of play we should be at 10mph. Timing is something to watch out for. Temperatures will be cool, but not debilitating in the low 30s. And no rain or snow to worry about.
brown among crows
Temperatures will be low, but above freezing at around 40 degrees and the skies will be clear with light winds of around 5 mph.
Seahawks in Washington
Monday night football will be chilly, with temperatures in the mid-30s, but the wind should be reasonable at around 4mph and no precipitation.