Several of Sunday's games around the NFL will be impacted by the weather.
According to the Weather Channel, there's a significant chance of a tornado developing from Sunday's huge thunderstorm from, ranging from Chicago, to St. Louis, Memphis, Nashville and through Cincinnati. According to their Tornado threat index, Indiana and Illinois has a 90 percent chance of a tornado breaking out, whereas Ohio faces something in the neighborhood of 30-40 percent.
While there's a possibility of a tornado, there's a certainty for substantial winds. The National Weather Service has already issued a wind adversity from 10 a.m. Sunday morning through midnight. There will be sustained winds from the south at 15-25 miles per hour with gusts upwards to 50 MPH, writes the Cincinnati Enquirer.
Showers and a thunderstorm are possible before 3 p.m. then likely mainly after 4 p.m. – possibly during Sunday’s Bengals game hosting the Browns. Some storms could be severe in some areas producing heavy rain up to a quarter to half an inch.
Bengals offensive coordinator Jay Gruden better dust off the file, "how to run the football a lot".