Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano isn’t worried about the weather that Buffalo might have in store for his team Sunday.
“I just think that those are some of the distractions that you have to deal with when you go play in the cold weather places. From our end, we prepare as best as we can prepare here for that, wet balls, cold balls, all the things that we try to do with our guys that way handling the football,” said Sparano. “No different than when we would go to the Meadowlands, New England, or when we go to any of those places. This team has played in cold weather before and has done a pretty nice job there. As I told the team, I think those things are excuses, so I’d rather not use them.”
The forecast for Sunday isn’t bad at all with a high of 46 and a slight chance of showers. That’s a picnic for late November up here.
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