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Sam Farmer: NFL quarterbacks prepare for windier weather this time of year

For NFL quarterbacks at this time of year, it's all about the W.

Not the wins, but the wind.

When the calendar flips and the leaves turn, so does the weather in many NFL cities, making games colder and wetter, but also windier. And the latter can be the cruelest for someone who makes a living by trying to throw a leather ball from Point A to B.

Several games Sunday could be affected by

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