Weather is bound to play a huge factor in the Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs. The forecast for Saturday's Buffalo Bills-Baltimore Ravens clash is predicting snow, which will no doubt impact how both well both teams can move the ball on offense.
Ravens QB Lamar Jackson is at the center of Baltimore's offense given his dual-threat abilities, but he could be at a major disadvantage if snow is in the cards for Saturday.
Snow has a profound impact on NFL games, not only making the passing game hard to execute, but also adding increased difficulty for running-friendly attacks.
Jackson used his legs in the Wild Card round to give the Ravens an edge over the Tennessee Titans, racking up 136 yards, including a 48-yard touchdown scamper in the second quarter to tie the game. The possibility that he could be limited in his runs on Saturday is scary news for Baltimore, but there's still time for the snow to hold off and have little impact on the game.
Buffalo could use any advantage it can get. They are slim 2.5-point favorites over the Ravens heading into the Divisional Round.
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