Updated NFL Weather Forecast: 3 Sunday Week 11 Games Expecting Cold, Windy Conditions (November 20)
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- The latest NFL weather forecast for Sunday's Week 11 slate is showing cold, windy conditions for three matchups.
- Strong winds, especially combined with cold weather, can make it difficult for offenses to connect on long, downfield throws.
- Below we examine the updated NFL weather forecast for Week 11, including which games are expecting cold and windy conditions.
NFL weather has been a huge topic so far in Week 11 with feet of snow dumping in the Buffalo area ahead of Sunday's Browns vs. Bills matchup.
However, because that NFL weather forecast was so bad, the league took action and moved Browns vs. Bills to Ford Field and its friendly dome in Detroit.
But that doesn't mean we're all out of the NFL weather woods just yet.
The latest forecasts are cold and windy across much of the country and yes, a handful of games will still be significantly impacted.
With this in mind, let's look at the updated NFL weather report for Week 11, including the matchups that are expected to see poor conditions on Sunday.
NFL Weather Report for Week 11
Panthers vs. Ravens Weather Report
1 p.m. ET | FOX
Since Browns vs. Bills was moved indoors, Panthers vs. Ravens is in the running for the windiest game of NFL Week 11.
Breezes of 15-17 mph are expected throughout today's game, and with temperatures in the 30s, the conditions won't exactly be pleasant for the players on the field.
Lions vs. Giants Weather Report
1 p.m. ET | FOX
Right on the heels of Panthers vs. Ravens is Lions vs. Giants, which should see winds of 16-17 mph as well per the updated NFL weather report.
Sixty three percent of bets on this total have hit the over to this point, so it'll be interesting to monitor whether or not more under action comes in as bettors become aware of the Lions vs. Giants NFL weather forecast.
Jets vs. Patriots Weather Report
1 p.m. ET | CBS
We'll stick to the northeast as the third game to touch on is Jets vs. Patriots in Foxborough, Mass.
While not as windy as the two games above, this matchup is still expected to see steady 14-16 mph breezes, which shouldn't do any favors for each of the two young starting quarterbacks.