Strong winds affect Saturday’s match
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NFL Odds: Texans vs. Ravens
|Saturday, January 20
|4:30 PM ET
*NFL odds as of Friday afternoon
the NFL weather report Saturday’s divisional round game between the Houston Texans vs. Baltimore Ravens may not be as bad as we saw last weekend — especially in Buffalo — but it’s still noteworthy for football bettors.
Cold and windy conditions are expected at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, which could certainly impact this playoff game, according to the NFL’s updated weather forecast.
So let’s not waste any time and dive straight into the latest NFL weather report for Texans vs. Ravens on Saturday afternoon.
NFL Weather Report: Texans vs. Ravens
According to the National Weather Service, temperatures will only reach 26 degrees on Saturday afternoon in Baltimore, meaning Texans vs. Ravens should expect much cooler temperatures considering it’s a 4:30 PM ET kickoff.
Additionally, winds are also expected to reach 11-18 mph with gusts up to 31 mph, which will make conditions even colder for the players on the field.
The hourly breakdown provides more detail, as temperatures between 22-25 degrees should be present throughout the match with a wind chill between 9-12 degrees.
On top of that, a 15-17 mph breeze can also blow, which certainly won’t help put any of the tickets on the board.
In fact, the under is 25-11 (69.4%) in Ravens games played in winds of at least 10 mph dating back to the 2003 season.
It seems like the NFL betting market has taken into account the weather report as well considering that the Texans vs Ravens over/under has dropped from 45.5 to 43.5 as of the time of writing, don’t be surprised if it continues to decline as more bettors become Be aware of these expectations.
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