Raiders vs. Jets Weather Forecast: Wind & Rain at MetLife Stadium Moving Over/Under
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- Wind and rain are expected for today's Raiders vs. Jets matchup (1 p.m. ET, CBS) at MetLife Stadium.
- We detail how the weather forecast in East Rutherford is moving this over/under.
The northeast is expecting windy, rainy weather on Sunday, and this weather system is affecting today’s Raiders vs. Jets over/under.
This total opened at 47 and was already trending toward a lower-scoring game based on the metrics.
Before any mention of ugly weather at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, The Action Network’s Sean Koerner made this total 46.5, highlighting value on the under.
In addition, the Raiders and Jets rank 20th and 29th, respectively, in Football Outsiders’ situational-neutral pace statistic, showing that neither unit is in much of a rush on the offensive side of the ball.
Now throw in the Raiders vs. Jets weather forecast, and we have all the makings of a game going under the closing total.
Let’s take a detailed look at the expected weather for today’s game at MetLife Stadium at the Meadowlands.
Raiders vs. Jets Weather Forecast
The expected weather for this matchup is very similar to the forecast in Foxborough, Mass. for today’s Cowboys vs. Patriots game.
Sports Insights‘ weather data is calling for consistent 15-16 mph winds throughout the game blowing across the field.
The National Weather Service is also predicting a 100% chance of precipitation, with the possibility of 1-2 inches of rain falling this afternoon.
Odds as of Sunday at 7:30 a.m. ET and via PointsBet, where Action Network users can access an exclusive promotion to get a 200% deposit match (deposit $50, bet with $150). No strings attached. No rollover required.
As one would expect, this forecast has helped drive the Raiders vs. Jets over/under down to a market consensus of 45 and even to 44.5 at PointsBet.
FantasyLabs’ Player Props tool has found a 16% edge on Le’Veon Bell’s receiving prop (under 30.5 yards), which makes sense considering how difficult it could be to move the ball in today’s game.