NFL weather today: Breaking down the Week 5 forecast, what the report means for fantasy football rosters, betting

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In the Week 5 weather report, we’ll go over the games that seem to have the strongest predicted wind gusts, possible precipitation and more. We will also give you the games where we should not you have to worry about the weather, that is, games you can choose in DFS without having an ulcer. Useful weather resources include the National Weather Service and Dark Sky, among others.

Worst Weather Games

Pittsburgh Steelers @ Buffalo Bills

We have a pretty good Sunday for the weather this weekend, so bad weather in Buffalo will be our worst. The wind should be the biggest problem, but it’s not crazy, with base winds around 16 mph and gusts up to 29 mph. The frequency of bursts and the way it plays in the stadium will be the crux. It may not be the best for a rookie QB to get his first start, as Kenny Pickett will face the wind and one of the best defenses in the league.

Best time games

Atlanta Falcons @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The weather in Tampa looks good with no rain, with temperatures in the mid 80s and winds around 8 mph.

Detroit Lions @ New England Patriots

The weather looks good for the Bailey Zappe, Jared Goff Showdown at Foxboro. There should be no rain, temperatures will hover around 60 degrees and the wind will be around 13 mph.

Houston Texans @ Jacksonville Jaguars

Jacksonville will be warm, in the lower 80s, with clear skies and winds around 13 mph. Nothing to worry about here for infractions.

Los Angeles Chargers @ Cleveland Browns

This is the time of year when the wind can be a real problem in Cleveland, but it looks like there won’t be any gusts, with winds reaching 15 mph. Temperatures will be in the low 60s with no rain.

Miami Dolphins @ New York Jets

No rain, temperatures in the 60s and a wind of around 10 mph should suit Teddy Bridgewater and Zach Wilson to square off at MetLife Stadium.

Tennessee Titans @ Washington Commanders

FedEx Field should be good for football, with temps in the 60s, no rain, and winds around 8 mph.

San Francisco 49ers @ Carolina Panthers

You can’t ask for better weather here. Clear skies, temperatures in the mid to high 60s and light winds.

Dallas Cowboys @ Los Angeles Rams

Another big weather match in Los Angeles, as the winds will be negligible, temperatures in the 80s and the usual sunny skies.

Cincinnati Bengals @ Baltimore Ravens

Sunday night football the weather will be fine. Temperatures will be in the mid 50’s, no wind and no rain. Joe Burrow and Lamar Jackson won’t have to worry about the weather here.

Las Vegas Raiders @ Kansas City Chiefs

And to round out the week, the Monday Night Football Division game will be perfect weather, with light winds, temperatures in the 70s and no rain.

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New York Giants @ Green Bay Packers

Chicago Bears @ Minnesota Vikings

Seattle Seahawks @ New Orleans Saints

Philadelphia Eagles @ Arizona Cardinals

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