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Jets vs. Texans: Monday Night Massacre?
person The NFLW Team | calendar_today 10/08/12 06:30 PM EDT

Few compliments can be given to Mark Sanchez and the New York Jets offense, thus far, this season. Perhaps the only thing Jets fans can look forward to is the possibility of avoiding a chilly evening drizzle on Monday night when the Houston Texans come to town, despite the Jets being 3-0 in their last three rain games.

You can read the rest of the article over at The Fantasy Geek

Few compliments can be given to Mark Sanchez and the New York Jets offense, thus far, this season. Perhaps the only thing Jets fans can look forward to is the possibility of avoiding a chilly evening drizzle on Monday night when the Houston Texans come to town, despite the Jets being 3-0 in their last three rain games.

You can read the rest of the article over at The Fantasy Geek


Chance rain on Browns at Giants Game
person Chris Lovi - Columnist NFLWeather.com | calendar_today 10/06/12 05:00 PM EDT

A key matchup taking place in the rain soaked Northeast is the Cleveland Browns taking on the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium. Both teams are coming off tough losses on the road look to turn it around in week 5.  NFLWeather.com is reporting a 70% chance of rain, cloudy skies, with highs near 60 degrees.

Despite being 0-4, the Cleveland Browns have competed well in the 2012 season. Running back Trent Richardson has become a valuable part of the Browns offense and a premiere running back in this league. Last week against an experienced Raven defense, Richardson accumulated 104 total yards and a touchdown in rainy Baltimore. So look for the Browns to continue feeding number 33 the ball this week in what will sure to be another wet contest.

As for the Browns receiving corps, they’re banged up. With Mohamed Massaquoi, Travis Benjamin, and Joshua Cribbs all out with injury, Quarterback Brandon Weeden is most likely to rely on Greg Little who has been inconsistent this season. This week is not going to get any easier for him with a slippery football and some modified routes. If the Giants defense reduces Cleveland to a one dimensional offense, this could be another long day for Browns fans.

The Giants are also hampered by injuries on both sides of the ball. Wide receiver Victor Cruz is expected to see most of the targets from Eli Manning with Hakeem Nicks sidelined and Ramses Barden questionable this week. Despite the Browns strong pass rush, opposing quarterbacks have been averaging 286 yards through the air.

This is a big game for both teams.  Cleveland is obviously looking for its first victory while New York is practically in a must win situation, given their tough schedule ahead. If forecasts are correct, New York has the advantage based on their ability to move the ball through the air

A key matchup taking place in the rain soaked Northeast is the Cleveland Browns taking on the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium. Both teams are coming off tough losses on the road look to turn it around in week 5.  NFLWeather.com is reporting a 70% chance of rain, cloudy skies, with highs near 60 degrees.

Despite being 0-4, the Cleveland Browns have competed well in the 2012 season. Running back Trent Richardson has become a valuable part of the Browns offense and a premiere running back in this league. Last week against an experienced Raven defense, Richardson accumulated 104 total yards and a touchdown in rainy Baltimore. So look for the Browns to continue feeding number 33 the ball this week in what will sure to be another wet contest.

As for the Browns receiving corps, they’re banged up. With Mohamed Massaquoi, Travis Benjamin, and Joshua Cribbs all out with injury, Quarterback Brandon Weeden is most likely to rely on Greg Little who has been inconsistent this season. This week is not going to get any easier for him with a slippery football and some modified routes. If the Giants defense reduces Cleveland to a one dimensional offense, this could be another long day for Browns fans.

The Giants are also hampered by injuries on both sides of the ball. Wide receiver Victor Cruz is expected to see most of the targets from Eli Manning with Hakeem Nicks sidelined and Ramses Barden questionable this week. Despite the Browns strong pass rush, opposing quarterbacks have been averaging 286 yards through the air.

This is a big game for both teams.  Cleveland is obviously looking for its first victory while New York is practically in a must win situation, given their tough schedule ahead. If forecasts are correct, New York has the advantage based on their ability to move the ball through the air


Rain could affect games in New England, New York and Washington
person The NFLW Team | calendar_today 10/06/12 03:00 PM EDT

With rain storms spreading throughout the East Coast, there are many games to keep an eye on in week 5.

You can read more at the National Football Post.

With rain storms spreading throughout the East Coast, there are many games to keep an eye on in week 5.

You can read more at the National Football Post.


Eagles battle Steelers for Pennsylvania Pride
person The NFLW Team | calendar_today 10/06/12 10:00 AM EDT

When cross-state rivals Pittsburgh and Philadelphia clash it’s never pretty. In fact, it’s a rivalry about as roughed-up as the playing surface inside Heinz Field will be following this physical matchup. Factor in a 30% chance of rain as forecast by NFLWeather.com and this Keystone State clash has all the ingredients for a memorable, hate-filled classic.

You can read more here.

When cross-state rivals Pittsburgh and Philadelphia clash it’s never pretty. In fact, it’s a rivalry about as roughed-up as the playing surface inside Heinz Field will be following this physical matchup. Factor in a 30% chance of rain as forecast by NFLWeather.com and this Keystone State clash has all the ingredients for a memorable, hate-filled classic.

You can read more here.


Welcome ScoutPro
person The NFLW Team | calendar_today 10/03/12 12:00 PM EDT

NFLWeather.com is pleased to welcome its new partner ScoutPro.

ScoutPro is a “game-changing” software tool that helps the Fantasy Football General Manager (GM) best prepare for the pre-season with accurate NFL draft picks in 2012 and helps the GM optimize their roster each week of the season.

You can learn more about ScoutPro here.

NFLWeather.com is pleased to welcome its new partner ScoutPro.

ScoutPro is a “game-changing” software tool that helps the Fantasy Football General Manager (GM) best prepare for the pre-season with accurate NFL draft picks in 2012 and helps the GM optimize their roster each week of the season.

You can learn more about ScoutPro here.


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