Weather in Minneapolis: Stadium collapsing.
Weather in Chicago: Bone numbing.
Weather in San Diego: Flip-flopping.
Yeah, it ain’t fair to read about 78 degree temps in California while one NFL team can’t even make it to their game. But cold weather teams have continued to shine in the playoffs because…most teams will have to pass through a cold weather stadium.
Hardest call in Snow-opcalyse? Patriots versus Bears. Both cold weather teams, one with a QB with a lot of cold weather XP. However, cold weather favors great defense. Sorry, Brady. For a second straight week, I’m going to be picking Chicago. Oh, Lord. I must be nuts.
But this is football. No snow, no ice, no stadium roofs, delayed flights, emergency appendectomies, coach firings, Hall of Famer to Front Office hirings will keep us from the business of the game.
Sun, Dec 12
|CLE @ BUF||Ralph Wilson Stadium||BUF|
|GB @ DET||Ford Field||GB|
|CIN @ PIT||Heinz Field||PIT|
|OAK @ JAC||EverBank Field||OAK|
|ATL @ CAR||Bank of America Stadium||ATL|
|TB @ WAS||FedEx Field||TB|
|STL @ NO||Superdome||NO|
|SEA @ SF||Candlestick Park||SF|
|NE @ CHI||Soldier Field||CHI|
|MIA @ NYJ||New Meadowlands Stadium||NYJ|
|DEN @ ARI||University of Phoenix Stadium||ARI|
|KC @ SD||Qualcomm Stadium||SD|
|PHI @ DAL||Cowboys Stadium||DAL|
|Mon, Dec 13||Stadium|
|NYG @ MIN||Mall of America Field||NYG|
|BAL @ HOU||Reliant Stadium||BAL|