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History Doesn’t Bode Well For Dolphins As Miserable Forecast Projects Freezing Cold For Wild Card Game In Kansas City

Should the forecast remain consistent throughout the rest of the week, it is going to be very cold in Kansas City when the Chiefs host the Dolphins on Saturday night. That does not bode well for the visitors historically. As things currently stand, Accuweather projects a high of 15 degrees at Arrowhead Stadium prior to …
Miami Dolphins Kansas City Chiefs Weather Forecast

Should the forecast remain consistent throughout the rest of the week, it is going to be very cold in Kansas City when the Chiefs host the Dolphins on Saturday night. That does not bode well for the visitors historically.

As things currently stand, Accuweather projects a high of 15 degrees at Arrowhead Stadium prior to kickoff. It will only continue to drop as game time approaches. The temperature will sit in the single digits by halftime. It will feel pretty close to zero degrees in the stands and on the field. Brutal.

While the home team is somewhat accustomed to the cold weather, cold is cold is cold. However, their opponents are going to be completely shell shocked. It doesn’t drop below freezing in Miami.

History is not in favor of the Dolphins here. They have played in seven games with a temperature of 36 degrees or less since January of 2017. They have lost all seven games.

36 degrees is warm compared to the projected temperature in Missouri this weekend. There is also a chance for snow.

Ironically, if we’re sticking with the historical trend, Miami wants it to snow. The Dolphins have played two snow games, dating back to 2011. They defeated the Bills in 2011 and beat the Steelers in 2013.

They apparently lose when it’s cold but win when it’s snowing?

Regardless of what happens with the weather, the NFL Wild Card game on Saturday night should be a good one. Kansas City continues to ride its best defense in decades while Patrick Mahomes just finds ways to win. Miami has one of the most explosive offenses in the league, but has lost back-to-back games while dealing with injuries to pretty important players on both sides of the ball.

The two teams are evenly matched. Both sides believe they can make a run to the Super Bowl.

Will the temperature and/or lack of snow be the difference?!