NFL Week 9 Weather Updates: Limited rain, wind shouldn’t affect fantasy start ’em, sit ’em calls

When the calendar flips to November, you never know what the weather forecast will look like. Cold temperatures, wind, rain, snow — anything is in play. However, the Week 9 weather report couldn’t be much more picturesque, as there are only mild wind and rain concerns that shouldn’t affect many fantasy start ’em, sit ’em decisions.

Of course, nothing is more ideal than the three games being played in stadiums with a roof (Lions-Vikings, Rams-Saints, Titans-Cowboys), but fantasy owners can’t ask for much more this time of year, especially if you already loaded up a D/ST playing against a couple rookie QBs.

Week 9 Rankings:
Quarterback | Running Back | Wide Receiver | Tight End | D/ST | Kicker

NFL Week 9 weather updates

The biggest weather concerns, if you can call them that, appear to be in the Chiefs-Browns and Jets-Dolphins games. Both should see winds in the 10-15-mph range, with the latter possibly seeing some rain showers. There’s no reason to bench your regular starters, but if you were looking for an extra reason to use the Chiefs, Dolphins or Jets D/STs, this is it.

WEEK 9 PPR RANKINGS: Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end

There could also be some rain in the Chargers-Seahawks game, but given how hot both passing games have been lately, it’s tough to recommend sitting Philip Rivers, Russell Wilson, or any of their receivers.

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