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Nashville Weather Saturday Should Have Little Impact on Bengals vs Titans Divisional Round Game

Isaiah De Los Santos
Nashville weather on Saturday should have little impact on Bengals-Titans in the Divisional Round.
Nashville weather on Saturday should have little impact on Bengals-Titans in the Divisional Round. / Wesley Hitt/GettyImages
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The No. 1 seed Tennessee Titans are back in action after their bye during Wild Card Weekend. With home-field advantage throughout the NFL Playoffs, Tennessee will host the Cincinnati Bengals as both teams vie for a spot in the AFC Championship Game.

Nashville Weather Saturday

Despite this being a late-January matchup, the weather shouldn't be an issue for these squads.

Bengals vs Titans Weather

The Weather Channel currently forecasts a high of 39 degrees and sunny skies for Saturday. Winds will be minimal and there's only a 5% chance of precipitation as well.

These teams couldn't ask for much more in terms of conditions for this time of year. There'll be no worries over wind gusts or rain/snow, and temps won't be bone-chillingly cold.

Both squads will be able to play to their strengths on Saturday. The Bengals own a mixed attack, with Joe Burrow leading a deadly passing game and Joe Mixon providing playmaking out of the backfield.

Tennessee will continue to rely on the run game, especially with Derrick Henry back from injury, but weapons like A.J. Brown and Julio Jones give them threats through the air, too.

The Titans enter this clash as 3.5-point favorites, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.


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