The Buffalo Bills may still be preparing to play a football game this Sunday against the New York Jets. Preparing is the operative word there, as it doesn’t seem too possible at this point.
Field level and waist deep at a pristine Ralph Wilson Stadium. pic.twitter.com/9Gtq3o73le
— Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) November 19, 2014
While the NFL has alternative plans, which includes potentially playing the game in another city or delaying it until Tuesday, the logistics become a bit more tangled there.
The hope is that the Bills and their crew of local workers will get the 220,000-plus tons of snow that are either in Ralph Wilson Stadium or surrounding it, shoveled up prior to the game itself on Sunday.
Good luck with that.
You read that right, that’s nearly 1.3 million Cordy Glenn’s.
While the Bills attempt to clear Ralph Wilson Stadium of the snow that has piled up in the worst snow storm in the history of the city, players are seemingly having some fun.
You can always count on Boobie Dixon to make light of what is a bad situation in Western New York.
If this game is somehow played in Buffalo, we can expect a whole lot of fun to be had. Snow games are the best.