The Colts play in the outdoors tomorrow against the Chiefs on Sunday night. How does the weather look for the contest?
The Colts play the Chiefs in a big time matchup Sunday Night. It will be the toughest game on their schedule. Last time they played them, it was in January on a cold and snowy night. The weather looks to be a bit better tomorrow night for the rematch.
Game time temperature will be right around 60 degrees with very little wind. There’s also only a 5% chance of rain. It looks to be a picture perfect night for some football. It will finally be fall outside so both teams will get to enjoy the nice weather.
This nice weather also means that the playbooks for both teams will be wide open. Neither team will have to worry about bad weather affecting the game. This means that both teams will be free to sling it around in the passing game, which is a big part of the offense for the Chiefs.
The Colts will need to sling it around too because they will most likely be behind most of the game. It will be big to see how well Jacoby Brissett is able to take care of the football. His play is the biggest key in this game on the offensive side of the ball for the Colts.
It will be a hard-fought game for both teams. They have a lot to prepare for, but one of those things won’t be the weather.