NFL Weather Report For Week 12: Possible Rain In Cincinnati
Each week, the NFL weather reports loom as potential game-changers. Ignore them at your detriment, as they can help you find a winning bet or avoid a losing one. Particularly with the calendar now hitting November, cold, wind, and snow could affect outdoor games in most parts of the country. NFL Week 12 odds feature a whopping nine games in controlled environments, so weather won’t factor in, broadly speaking.
Week 11 features minimal impact on the Sunday games from weather, although there’s still a chance wind and rain could impact Monday Night Football.
Keep in mind these forecasts are always subject to change. Monitor potentially impactful situations as the week progresses to see how forecasts evolve.
Pittsburgh Steelers At Cincinnati Bengals
Pittsburgh can’t escape ugliness, it seems, weather-related or otherwise. Even hitting the road here against the Bengals, they’re fated for another sloppy one, with rain in the forecast that will follow morning snow while it’s a bit colder.
Less-than-ideal conditions combined with a backup quarterback and a passing offense that’s been about as bad as any in the NFL, so it’s no surprise under money has flooded the early market. On DraftKings Sportsbook, the opening total of 37 has been slammed all the way to 34.5.
NFL Weather: 47 F, 36% chance of precipitation, winds 5 to 10 mph
New England Patriots At New York Giants
Interestingly, while Friday’s forecast for the Jets’ home game is clean, this one includes precipitation. Light showers to come “later in the day,” which sounds like it will coincide with this football game.
Again, with two bottom-five passing games in the rain, sharps have pounced on the under early, moving the number from 35 to 33.5.
NFL Weather: 46 F, 44% chance of precipitation, winds light and variable
Buffalo Bills At Philadelphia Eagles
Currently, the daytime forecast for this 4:25 ET affair looks clean as can be, but things could get rainy in the early afternoon, which might coincide with on-field action for arguably the game of the week. The 40% chance of precipitation is supposed to hit at night but “early, less numerous late.”
With two offenses that can be high-flying at times but also turnover-prone at times, it’s anyone’s guess how the variable of rainy weather shakes that up. Certainly, the Eagles have the more sure-handed receiving corps, so perhaps they draw some benefit.
NFL Weather: 48 F, 24% chance of precipitation, winds light and variable
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