When the New England Patriots journey to Kansas City to tackle the Chiefs within the AFC Championship recreation, they are going to be dealing with just a bit little bit of inclement climate. Accuweather initially reported temperatures under zero, though now it seems like it is going to hover round 20 levels. Meanwhile, this week there was fairly a little bit of snow, which left the Arrowhead Stadium in a little bit of a predicament.
Travis Hogan, the top groundskeeper for the stadium, took to Twitter to clarify how the crew needed to take some precautionary measures to verify the stadium is prepared for Sunday.
“We weren’t planning on a resod this week, however Mother Nature had different plans,” Hogan tweeted. “10 inches of snow and all of the snow within the stadium being hauled out on the sidelines modified issues. My crew did an unbelievable job. They are the BEST! Everyone is drained however we’re prepared. Let’s Roll!”
Earlier this week Patriots head coach Bill Belichick mentioned he has no downside along with his staff taking part in within the chilly climate situations and that he is simply excited that the staff will get to play in an AFC Championship recreation.
Belichick added that if doable, the staff will attempt to follow in situations just like what is going to seem on Sunday.