Peyton Manning says that the possibility of snow and cold weather during games is not a factor for the Denver Broncos.
Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning has played down the possibility of snow having an impact during their game with the Tennessee Titans on Sunday.
On Wednesday, Titans coach Mike Munchak said that he was hoping for snow in order for his side to have the best possible chance of winning the match.
Manning however, disagrees with Munchak, saying it is something the Broncos players are used to.
He told reporters: "Adjusting to weather? That's not a problem. We've played in it before. You deal with it in practice quite often, so it's not a factor."
The Broncos are currently 10-2 in the AFC West, whilst the Titans sit at 5-7 in the AFC South.
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