NFL Week 8 Weather Conditions (Fantasy Football) – Fantasy … – The Fantasy Footballers

Eight dome games and another game overseas leave only five games played outdoors in the U.S., which is great for fantasy purposes but not so great for the old word count.
Jokes aside the only weather concerns is the Giants at Seahawks matchup with rain likely at the beginning of the game and winds getting up near 20 mph. Any updates will be posted immediately below as game times approach.

New York Giants at Seattle Seahawks
Fantasy Impact: Good news. The sustained winds look like they’re going to be in the 13-15 mph range as opposed to the 18 mph+ we were looking at yesterday. It also looks like we won’t see rain until the second half of the game and it will only be light.
Catch ‘SUNDAY LIVE’ at Noon ET —  Mike Wright will be answering start/sit questions, and covering injury updates.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30th, 2022
9:30 AM ET // Wembley Stadium // London, England

Temp: 59°
Precipitation: None
Wind: 14 mph
Wind Gusts: 28 mph
Fantasy Impact: None
1:00 PM ET // Lincoln Financial Field // Philadelphia,  Pennsylvania
Temp: 59°
Precipitation: None
Wind: 2 mph
Wind Gusts: 2 mph
Fantasy Impact: None
1:00 PM ET // MetLife Stadium // East Rutherford, New Jersey

Temp: 57°
Precipitation: None
Wind: 2 mph
Wind Gusts: 3 mph
Fantasy Impact: None
4:25 PM ET // Lumen Field // Seattle, Washington
Temp: 55°
Precipitation: Rain
Wind: 18 mph
Wind Gusts: 40 mph
Fantasy Impact: We normally don’t get concerned about winds until they’re in excess of 20 mph sustained but we’re close enough to make some safe moves like looking for another option if you have Graham Gano or Jason Myers. The rain is forecasted to let up around halftime.
8:20 PM ET // Highmark Stadium // Orchard Park, New York
Temp: 52°
Precipitation: None
Wind: 6 mph
Wind Gusts: 7 mph
Fantasy Impact: None
MONDAY, OCTOBER 31st, 2022
8:15 PM ET // FirstEnergy Stadium // Cleveland, Ohio
Temp: 61°
Precipitation: None
Wind: 9 mph
Wind Gusts: 21 mph
Fantasy Impact: None
1:00 PM ET // AT&T Stadium // Dallas, Texas
1:00 PM ET // Ford Field // Detroit, Michigan
1:00 PM ET // Caesers Superdome // New Orleans, Louisiana
1:00 PM ET // Mercedes-Benz Stadium // Atlanta, Georgia
1:00 PM ET // U.S. Bank Stadium // Minneapolis, Minnesota
4:05 PM ET // NRG Stadium // Houston, Texas
4:25 PM ET //  Lucas Oil Stadium // Indianapolis, Indiana 
4:25 PM ET // SoFi Stadium // Los Angeles, California
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