Chiefs vs. Ravens: Wild Card Weather Report

Matt Cassel had a pretty good game in the elements in New England a couple of years ago.

Unlike some wimpy teams that play in domes, the Kansas City Chiefs do their football but kicking out in the elements. As such, the weather for Sunday’s Wild Card playoff game at Arrowhead Stadium could be a big factor in deciding the victor.

The opponent, the Baltimore Ravens, are no strangers to playing in the cold so any the Chiefs aren’t likely to gain the cold weather advantage that may have helped the  Cincinnati Bengals sneak up on those war weather wimps, the San Diego Chargers a couple of weeks ago.

Still, it is going to be cold at Arrowhead and the team that responds best to the conditions could have the advantage.

The current forecast is calling for a high of 33 degrees, though it is likely to feel around 10 or 11 degrees most of the day.

The wind will be ESE at around 13 MPH and there is a 40 percent chance of snow showers.

What do you think Addicts? Will the weather play a factor in Sunday’s game and if so, which team if any will bebefit?

Topics: Baltimore Ravens, Kansas City Chiefs, Matt Cassel

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