There are plenty of backstories surrounding the AFC Divisional Round Matchup from Ravens-Bills on Saturday.Two Draft Pick Quarterbacks from the 2018 first round compete against each other, the Bills coming from their first playoff win since 25 years … the list goes on

For a significant part of the week, snow appeared to be involved – and while the likelihood of a white layer on the field in the game has decreased immensely, there were recordings of snow auditions:

From this morning it is far more certain that there will be wind and for weather that alone is worth mentioning

Regardless of whether there is snow or not, the cloudy skies in Buffalo will be hit by 14-17 mph winds tonight blowing right over New Era Field

That wind level alone has been enough for weather to make a profit in the past. Since 2003, double digit wind speed games have hit the floor at a rate of 55% and a record of 527-438-10

The theory behind the trend also makes sense. Wind makes it harder to move the ball through the air, reducing the number of major passing games and leading to a greater emphasis on running play, which means more gradual drives and more clockworks, leading to fewer scoring chances leads

Of course, field goal kickers won’t be thrilled to see a side-to-side breeze like this one either

All of this happens without even mentioning the remaining sliver of a Flurry chance that would significantly change the style of play of the game, in which case no market might be more affected than that of the DFS

In the case of snow, I think both offenses will shift towards the barrel, and in the passing game we could see that downfield attempts have been scaled back for the Ravens, it would add value to QB Lamar Jackson, RBs JK Dobbins and Gus Edwards and TE Mark Andrews and hurt WR Marquise Brown’s worth On the bills, I think snow would help WR Cole Beasley, but would hurt WR John Brown

At the time of writing, the total has only decreased marginally from 50 to 495, given that 70% of bettors are taking over, any downward movement should be considered significant

And for what it’s worth, our PRO report has shown evidence that sharp action is another factor in the overall movement …

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World News – CA – Ravens Bills Forecast: Expect windy conditions but unlikely to snow

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