The November snowstorm that has ravaged parts of western New York has officially forced the National Football League to change courses. Originally scheduled to host the New York Jets at Ralph Wilson Stadium on Sunday, the NFL announced that the Week 12 contest will not be held in Buffalo. Details inside!
Over the last three days life has been on hold in various parts of western New York due to the lake effect snowstorm that hit early Tuesday morning. The Buffalo Bills were fortunate enough to have Tuesday off, but the storm has now claimed half of the team's practices for the week. What will they and the NFL do? Inside for the latest!
With the onset of one of the biggest storms in western New York history, the Buffalo Bills will work on overdrive to try and ready Ralph Wilson Stadium for the scheduled 1 pm showdown against the New York Jets on Sunday. Details inside!
Starting late Monday night, the western New York area was hit with one of the most historic snowstorms that left people stranded, roads closed and many unable to move. The first wave of the storm hit south of Buffalo quickly and with a lot of force, with some areas getting anywhere from three to six feet of snow. It's left the Buffalo Bills to adjust their weekly plans, too. Details inside!
While the players on the Buffalo Bills are resting comfortably at home during the snow storm on their scheduled day off, general manager Doug Whaley was at work trying to get on the road to scout prospects, as well as conducting an interview with WGR Spors Radio 550 Tuesday. He said a lot of interesting things, head inside to read it all!