Originally Posted by Rohirrim
For example, a 52-yard attempt in moderate temperatures can be expected to be successful about 55% of the time. But in temperatures at or below 30 degrees, they can be expected to be successful about 30% of the time, which is about the success rate for 57-yd attempts.
Well yeah you can figure those numbers and it will always lead you to Marty ball. It also doesn't take into account FG in Denver are seem to play 5 yards closer. Players regularly make long FG there. With the way Fox called rest of game I'm blown away they tried FG. I know Belichek would of either went with FG or most likely went for it on 4 th down.