Perhaps you’ve heard, Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning’s not necessarily a fan of winter weather.
So it only makes sense that the Titans are hoping for the worst in Denver Sunday, with the forecast calling for a high of 20 and a chance of snow.
“The worse the weather, probably the better for us,” Titans coach Mike Munchak said, via Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean. “Hopefully it’s a big snowstorm and it will give us a great chance to win.”
Of course, the Titans’ own history might not suggest that. They’re 5-5 in franchise history in games played at freezing or below, but the last two haven’t been pretty.
They’ve been outscored 89-21 in losses to the Packers and Chiefs.
Of course, the fact one side has Manning and the other side has Ryan Fitzpatrick might have more to do with the likelihood of a win than the temperature, but Munchak might be better off praying for a blizzard.