Massive Snowfall Could Interfere With Browns vs Bills

The Buffalo Bills' matchup with the Cleveland Browns could face complications surrounding a massive blizzard set to hit the Buffalo area this week. The region could see as much as six feet of snow in the coming days. It's unclear how much of the snowfall might occur during the game itself, but the potential lake-effect snowstorm could paralyze the surrounding community and team operations in the lead-up. It could also affect the Browns' travel plans.

The Bills are no strangers to snow storms, but this one could be serious enough to demand contingency plans. The Bills played a home game against the New York Jets at Detroit's Ford Field in 2014 due to Buffalo's Highmark Stadium being snowed out, and they could be forced to adopt a similar approach this week.

Coming off a heartbreaking 33-30 overtime loss to the Minnesota Vikings, the Bills can't afford to stumble this week against the Browns. Now at 6-3, they've fallen to third place in the AFC East despite a league-best +99 point differential. Hopefully, the Bills will be able to focus on their opponents rather than the storm in the coming days.
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