NFL weather watch: Six matchups threatened by rain

NFL game weather and resulting stadium conditions can have a significant impact on player performance and the outcome of football games. Bettors should take weather conditions into consideration, especially when placing over/under wagers.

Here are the matchups being threatened by inclement weather Sunday:

New England Patriots at Buffalo Bills (4, 48.5)

Site: Ralph Wilson Stadium

Forecasts are calling for temperatures in the low-60s with a 60 percent chance of showers. Winds will be light out of the north.

San Francisco 49ers at New York Jets (4, 41)

Site: MetLife Stadium

Forecasts are calling for temperatures in the mid-60s with a 30 percent of precipitation. Winds will blow out of the west at 5 mph.

Oakland Raiders at Denver Broncos (-7, 48.5)

Site: Sports Authority Field at Mile High

Forecasts are calling for mild temperatures in the low-70s with a slight 15 percent of rain. Winds will blow out of the north at 11 mph.

Cincinnati Bengals at Jacksonville Jaguars (1, 44.5)

Site: EverBank Field

It will be a hot and humid day in Florida. Temperatures are expected to soar into the high-80s with a 60 percent chance thunderstorms throughout the afternoon. Winds will be light out of the east.

Washington Redskins at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-1, 47.5)

Site: Raymond James Stadium

Forecasts are predicting temperatures in the high-80s with a 20 percent of thunderstorms in the Tampa area. Winds will blow out of the south at 10 mph.

New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles (-1, 47)

Forecasts suggest temperatures will dip into the high-50s for the Sunday nighter. There is also a 65 percent chance of showers and winds will blow out of the west at 7 mph.

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