The New England Patriots are hosting the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday afternoon in the 2012 AFC Championship game. Contrary to earlier reports, it seems as though the weather will cooperate in Foxborough, Mass., when the two teams kick off.
It won't be warm as the forecast is currently calling for below-freezing temperatures of 28 degrees, but there isn't likely to be the precipitation that was planned for earlier in the week. Weather.com's hour-by-hour forecast indicates that there is just a 10 percent chance of rain or snow while the wind speeds will be a manageable seven miles per hour.
It's tough to say who the new conditions favor, but at least both teams should be able to use their full arsenal on the offensive end.
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