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Tampa Weather Saturday Could Have Slight Impact on Rams vs Buccaneers Divisional Round Game

Isaiah De Los Santos
Tampa weather on Saturday could have slight impact on Rams vs Buccaneers Divisional Round game.
Tampa weather on Saturday could have slight impact on Rams vs Buccaneers Divisional Round game. / Douglas P. DeFelice/GettyImages
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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Los Angeles Rams both won their Wild Card games last weekend, setting up a matchup between these squads in the Divisional Round. Tampa Bay will be at home once again, and they managed to avoid most of the storms in the forecast for last Sunday.

Tampa Weather Saturday

There appears to be a threat of rain in the area for this clash as well.

Rams vs Buccaneers Weather

The Weather Channel is currently forecasting a high of 60 degreees and cloudy skies on Sunday. That includes "a few showers" with winds from 5-10 mph and a 30% chance of rain.

Thankfully the storms that were in last Sunday's forecast passed before kickoff time, and that could be the case here again.

Assuming the skies clear for this contest, both offenses will look to come out swinging.

Matthew Stafford and Tom Brady both lead deadly passing attacks that feature plenty of weapons. LA and Tampa Bay also boast playmakers in their respective backfields, so this could come down to which defense is able to get a stop at the right right time.

The Bucs enter this contest as 3-point favorites, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.


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