It’s Probably for the Best That the NFL DecidedAnd that’s because the entire city currently seems to have been swallowed up by Antarctica.
Buffalo was hit by a heavy overnight snowfall that brought more than three feet of snow to parts of the city. If you’re wondering what three feet of snow looks like, the Bills have you covered: They shared several photos of their stadium on social media on Friday.
As you can see below, not only is the stadium unrecognizable, but it looks more prepared to host a sledding competition than a football game.
Highmark Stadium is covered with so much snow that it looks like it could serve as the US headquarters for Santa’s North Pole expedition.
If NFL If it was decided to keep the game in Buffalo, the team would have to clear all snow off the field and also from each seat so that fans could participate comfortably.
The stadium is actually located in Orchard Park and according to the weather channelBy 11 a.m. on Friday, the area was already covered with three feet of snow. By 7.30 pm on Friday evening, it had become a total of five and a half feet.
The National Weather Service issued a weather advisory for the Buffalo-area earlier this week and is in effect through Sunday at 1 p.m. ET.
bill starr von miller He also shared a picture of how much snow he is currently dealing with and it is a lot.
One of the reasons the NFL moved the game is because it just isn’t very easy to get around Buffalo. Here’s a small taste of what it’s like to drive when there’s a huge snowstorm brewing in your city.
The Bills will have to battle icy and snowy roads to get to the airport so they can fly to Detroit for Sunday’s game. At this point, the worst-case scenario for the NFL would be if the Bills were stuck in Buffalo, but that doesn’t seem to be an issue just yet as the team is scheduled to leave on Saturday.
There was such a lot of snow on the ground on Friday that the Bills needed to drop practice.
though the buffalo game Brown’s Moved to Detroit this weekend, everything else about the game will remain the same, including the time (1 p.m. ET) and day (Sunday). The Bills also won’t have to worry about dealing with snow for about a week more than the five days they’ll be in Detroit due to the fact that they’ll be dealing with snow Lions at Ford Field on Thanksgiving.