Bills Cancel Practice Due to Snowstorm

The NFL has moved the Buffalo Bills' home game against the Cleveland Browns to Detroit's Ford Field as a precaution ahead of a massive impending snowstorm, a storm the Bills are already experiencing the ramifications of. The team cancelled their final practice of the week due to the weather. Coming off a heartbreaking 33-30 overtime loss to the Minnesota Vikings, the Bills can ill-afford another hiccup. Despite their league-leading +99 point differential, the Bills find themselves 6-3 and third in the AFC East. Given the surprising competitiveness of the Miami Dolphins and New York Jets, the Bills are suddenly at risk of losing the division.

The added distraction of the snowstorm could complicate the Bills' efforts to bounce back from Sunday's defeat. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers lost a home game 14-12 against the Green Bay Packers earlier this year after being displaced by Hurricane Ian. That being said, when the Bills last played a home game in Detroit in 2014 because of a snowstorm, they crushed the New York Jets 38-3. So maybe the experience will bring the team together. 
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