The Denver Broncos and New England Patriots already enjoyed one epic weather game in 2015, with C.J. Anderson's overtime march and 4th-quarter touchdown slide through the snow forever imprinted on Broncos Country's minds.
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But as the U.S. government might say: why settle for one epic weather game vs. Tom Brady when you can have two for twice the price?
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Currently, the forecast for the AFC Championship Game calls for a possibility of rain and/or snow showers, according to CBS4 Denver. With kickoff temps above freezing, that looks like it's leaning toward rain.
Ironically, the Broncos' game in mid-January might be warmer and wetter than the game in early November.
We all know about Colorado weather: if you're not happy with it, wait five minutes. Take the Broncos' Divisional Round game against the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday: the forecast did not call for anywhere near 20-30mph winds, but Brandon McManus and Peyton Manning had to deal with those swirling conditions anyway.
We'll be keeping a close eye on the weather as we approach Sunday, but the best forecast might not be available until five minutes before kickoff.