Weather has been an issue for plenty of NFL games over the last several weeks. Some fear (hope) it will be an issue for the game to be played in three weeks in New Jersey.
Next Sunday, weather won’t be a factor for the two games that will determine the representatives in Super Bowl XLVIII.
According to Weather.com, the high temperature in Seattle for the 49ers-Seahawks game will be 50 degrees, with light winds and a 30-percent chance of rain. In Denver, the Pats and Broncos will play with no chance of rain, light winds, and a high of 55 — and a low of 33.
And so the “Peyton can’t win in the cold” narrative will be irrelevant. The “Peyton can’t win big games” narrative could be relevant.