Originally Posted by Bayz101
I would normally expect a high-scoring game out of a matchup like this, but it IS going to be raining.
To a degree, I agree. Rain decreases scoring. The thing is, when teams do indeed pass in the rain, it can go for big yardage. Why? The CBs can't adjust to cuts as easily. That said, obviously, the rain also decreases the WRs' ability to cut... but, if they can, one cut can lead to a TD. And, WASH's secondary is already beaten up.
Lots if Dwyer. Lots of Heath. Lots of AB. The rain will diminish Wallace's main (only) asset: speed.