Another great Sunday is in store for NFL games and we've got you covered with what you need to know heading into the weekend. We have a total of six games on tap for predictions.
You have the Dallas Cowboys taking on the Kansas City Chiefs, which could be a Super Bowl preview. While Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers will be playing against their former head coach, Ron Rivera, who's now with the Washington Football Team.
On Fridays throughout the season, we pick FOX NFL games based on how teams have historically performed in certain weather conditions using data from SportsWeather.
SportsWeather.com season record: 20-10-1
SportsWeather has its own metrics system that compiles historical game-time weather data and meshes it against both NFL teams and player historical performance.
SportsWeather doesn’t compile data for games that are played in domes and all data is from the last 14 seasons.
GAME 1: New Orleans Saints (5-4) at Philadelphia Eagles (4-6) - 1 p.m. Eastern on FOX
The weather will be great in Philadelphia on Sunday, considering we're in mid-November. At game-time, it's forecast to be 55 degrees (Records - Saints: 36-25; Eagles 52-42-1) with 9 mph winds (Records - Saints: 55-34; Eagles: 66-55-1) and a 0% chance of any precipitation (Records - Saints: 59-37; Eagles: 94-81-2).
PICK: SportsWeather.com gives the edge to the Eagles and predicts them to beat the Saints.
GAME 2: Detroit Lions (0-8-1) at Cleveland Browns (5-5) - 1 p.m. Eastern on FOX
Both teams should be looking to run first, pass second given the forecast weather conditions in Cleveland at the start of the game. It's forecast to be 50 degrees (Records - Lions: 17-30; Browns: 27-68-1), winds blowing at 13 mph (Records - Lions: 11-29-1; Browns: 23-54-1) and a 61% chance of precipitation (Records - Lions: 30-54-1; Browns: 54-115).
PICK: SportsWeather.com gives the edge to the Browns and predicts them to beat the Lions, who have yet to win a game.
GAME 3: Washington Football Team (3-6) at Carolina Panthers (5-5) - 1 p.m. Eastern on FOX
A great day of football is in store in Charlotte on Sunday, thanks in part to the weather. It's forecast to be 58 degrees (Records - Washington: 42-47-1; Panthers: 49-48-1), winds coming in at 4 mph (Records - Washington: 44-75-1; Panthers: 74-64-1) and 0% chance of precipitation (Records - Washington: 70-93-1; Panthers: 87-81-1).
PICK: SportsWeather.com gives the slight edge to the Panthers and predicts them to beat Washington.
GAME 4: San Francisco 49ers (4-5) at Jacksonville Jaguars (2-7) - 1 p.m. Eastern on FOX
Of course weather in Jacksonville will be great on Sunday, with no rain in sight. At game time, it's forecast to be 71 degrees (Records - 49ers: 47-55-1; Jaguars: 34-63), a nice breeze with winds blowing at 10 mph (Records - 49ers: 18-23-1; Jaguars: 17-35) and a 0% chance of precipitation (Records - 49ers: 70-66-1; Jaguars: 48-114).
PICK: SportsWeather.com gives the edge to the 49ers and predicts them to beat the Jaguars.
GAME 5: Arizona Cardinals (8-2) at Seattle Seahawks (3-6) - 4:25 p.m. Eastern on FOX
After heavy rain in the Pacific Northwest early in the week, Seattle is unlikely to see any rain on Sunday at game time. It'll be a little chilly with the temperature at 47 degrees (Records - Arizona: 5-13; Seattle: 39-19), but winds will only be blowing at 3 mph (Records - Arizona: 29-51; Seattle: 86-62) and a 0% chance of precipitation (Records - Arizona: 38-58-1; Seattle: 91-64) at the beginning of the game.
PICK: SportsWeather.com gives the edge to the Seahawks and predicts them to beat the Cardinals in this NFC West matchup.
GAME 6: Dallas Cowboys (7-2) at Kansas City Chiefs (6-4) - 4:25 p.m. Eastern on FOX
America's Game of the Week won't see much of an effect from the weather other than some breezy conditions. It's forecast to be 54 degrees (Records - Dallas: 37-21; Kansas City: 63-41), 13 mph winds (Records - Dallas: 21-12; Kansas City: 33-35) and a 0% chance of precipitation (Records - Dallas: 62-50; Kansas City: 100-82) at game time.
PICK: SportsWeather.com gives the edge to the Chiefs and predicts them to beat the Cowboys.
Make sure to check out SportsWeather.com just prior to the game for any late-breaking conditions that could impact the outcome as weather (wind forecasted weather) oftentimes rapidly change.