Buffalo, New York certainly has a reputation for its severe winters, getting levels of snowfall few other places in the continental United States can rival. Even though it's just mid-November, Buffalo is currently getting hit with a massive snowstorm that is dropping multiple feet of snow on the western New York city.
The storm was so severe that the Bills' Week 11 game against the Cleveland Browns has been moved, and will now be played at Ford Field in Detroit, which is an indoor stadium.
Friday afternoon, the Bills' Twitter account released some pictures of their stadium, and it's safe to say there's no chance they could have ever played a football game there this weekend. There is so much snow, you can barely tell it's a stadium.
If it wasn't for the goal posts and the jumbotron, that would probably just look like some random field in the wilderness covered in snow. Buffalo's weather has always been viewed as a major advantage for them, especially late in the season and during the playoffs, but this is beyond something that can be played in.
Moving the game was a no-brainer. Now we just have to hope everyone still in Buffalo stays safe, because even for them, this is a whole lot of snow.
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