When you get to the playoffs, it's worth keeping one eye on the weather--Chargers fans rightfully believe they would have made it to the Super Bowl in 1981 if it wasn't for a record cold snap in Cincinnati. And there are Cowboys players from the 1960s who still have frozen fingers from the Ice Bowl.
We shouldn't see anything like that this weekend, but it appears that three of the four second-round playoff games could see some inclement weather.
The Titans-Ravens game could be a turnover-fest, as rain and potential snow showers are forecast for Saturday with a high of 38 degrees. And the Chargers should be ready to bundle up as the projected high in Pittsburgh on Sunday is 23 (with mild winds) and occasional snow showers are forecast.
The Giants-Eagles game will be played in very mild conditions for a Giants-Eagles' game in January--30 degrees and sunny, while the Panthers-Cardinals game may see rain--as the early forecast is for 52 degrees and rain. While rain might affect the Cardinals' passing game, they surely would prefer to have 52 degrees and rain to another snowstorm like the one that buried them in New England last month.
These are forecasts for six or seven days in the future, so there is a chance that they will change over the next week. But if they don't change we could see some interesting weather this weekend, which usually makes playoff games even more interesting.