Felger and Massarotti opened the day discussing the NFL playoffs and how the weather could play a role in the games.
The Patriots have lucked out this season in the weather department, with no foul-weather games during the regular season. In the past, Pats fans would root for bad weather games, either by way of a frigid Foxboro night or snowflakes taking over Gillette. Is that the same this season?
Overall there really hasn’t been many foul weather games in the NFL this season. How much has the good weather changed teams plans of attack for games this year?