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Broncos vs Jaguars NFL Weather Report: Expect Windy Conditions for Sunday’s Game at Wembley Stadium in London

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Broncos vs. Jaguars NFL Odds

Broncos Odds +2.5
Jaguars Odds -2.5
Over/Under 40.5
Date Sunday, Oct. 30
Time 9:30 a.m. ET
Channel ESPN+

*Odds as of Sunday morning

The NFL returns to London for the third time this season, with the Denver Broncos taking on the Jacksonville Jaguars at Wembley Stadium.

This also marks a return for Broncos starting quarterback Russell Wilson, who appears to have parlayed rigorous airplane stretching into a healthy enough hamstring to take the field on Sunday morning.

With an over/under of 40.5 (click here for live NFL odds), the betting market isn’t expecting a high-scoring affair today in London, and a quick look at the latest Broncos vs. Jaguars NFL weather report shows that the forecast may not be much help for either offense as well.

Let’s take a deeper look at the Broncos vs. Jaguars NFL weather report, including the chances to poor conditions at Wembley Stadium affect scoring on Sunday.

Broncos vs. Jaguars NFL Weather Report

According to Sports Insights’ weather data, consistent 11-12 mph breezes will blow throughout the game at Wembley Stadium, which could negatively impact both offenses.

Strong winds can make it harder for either quarterback to connect on explosive downfield throws, while also wreaking havoc for kickers attempting to convert longer-range field goals.

In addition, Sunday’s game is expecting cross-field breezes at Wembley Stadium, which are even more difficult to deal with, especially for kickers, than winds blowing from end zone to end zone.

Seventy percent of bets on the Broncos vs. Jaguars total have hit the under, and don’t be surprised if the latest weather forecast inspires more under action as well.

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