The Cleveland Browns were headed to Buffalo to play the Bills this Sunday, but an intense snowstorm has forced the game to be moved to Detroit's Ford Field. The game will kickoff at 10 am P.T.
Here's what the NFL said about the move:
"Due to public safety concerns and out of an abundance of caution in light of the ongoing weather emergency in western New York, Sunday's Cleveland Browns-Buffalo Bills game will be moved to Ford Field in Detroit. The decision to move the game from Highmark Stadium in Orchard Park, NY was done in consultation with the Buffalo Bills and local and state authorities as the region prepares for the storm."
Buffalo is no stranger to hosting snowy games. In 2017 the Bills played the Indianapolis Colts in what was dubbed "The Snow Bowl." It was a run-heavy affair with players sliding and sloshing in thick snowfall. The Bills emerged victorious that day 13-7 and made snow angels in the endzone.
The last time the Bills had to play a home game at Ford Field due to snow was in 2014. They played the New York Jets and won 38-3.