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Breaking down NFL weather for Ravens vs. Titans, and what it means for fantasy and betting

The weather report can impact fantasy football and betting. We break down the important information you need to prepare as the Ravens and Titans face off in the 2021 NFL Playoffs.

Exterior view of Nissan Stadium prior to a game between the Tennessee Titans and the Indianapolis Colts at Nissan Stadium on November 12, 2020 in Nashville, Tennessee. Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images

Saturday morning update: It should be a perfect weather day when the Ravens and Titans kickoff around 1:05 p.m. ET. The temperature should be above freezing at a pleasant 39 degrees with mostly cloudy skies. There’s no precipitation in the forecast and the winds will be blowing at 3 mph NNW.

In the first wild card game on Sunday afternoon, the No. 5 seed Baltimore Ravens will take on the No. 4 seed Tennessee Titans. These two teams played each other earlier this season, where the Titans won 30-24 in Nashville, TN. They also took on each other in last year’s playoffs in Baltimore, where the Titans upset the Ravens.

With all that being said, one could infer that Lamar Jackson and Co. want revenge on the Titans in Super Wild Card Weekend. We should be in store for another good matchup between the two squads with perfect winter weather on the horizon.

Nashville, Tennessee Forecast: Sunday, 1/10, 1:05 ET

Temperature: 41 degrees
Wind: 5 mph
Precipitation: None, mostly cloudy

As previously alluded to, the weather should be not be a problem on Sunday afternoon. The temperatures will be above freezing at a balmy 41 degrees and there’s only going to be 5 mph. If this is the case, then neither Ryan Tannehill nor Lamar Jackson should have any problems finding their playmakers. At the same time, running backs Derrick Henry and J.K. Dobbins should have some smooth sailing on the ground.

Helpful weather resources include National Weather Service and Dark Sky, among others.

Check back before kickoff for updates on these weather situations.