The snow held off for most of the game, but it made an appearance in the fourth quarter of Saturday night’s game between the Bills and Dolphins in Buffalo. And it led to quite the scene.
Not only was it awesome to watch football being played in the snow, but there was also a pretty awesome scene unfolding in the stands.
With the snow falling and the Bills’ offense in the midst of their game-winning drive, fans in the stands at Highmark Stadium could be heard singing Frank Sinatra’s popular Christmas hit, “Let It Snow.”
Josh Allen would go on to lead his team all the way down the field, setting up an easy chip shot for Tyler Bass with no time remaining on the clock to give Buffalo the 32-29 victory.
Allen finished the game with 304 yards and four touchdowns through the air, while adding another 77 yards on the ground. With the win, his Bills are now guaranteed a spot in the postseason, and they’re one step closer to clinching the AFC East title.
It also brings the Bills closer to securing that first round bye and home-field advantage throughout the playoffs. That could spell trouble for the other playoff-bound teams in the AFC, as Buffalo is the last place you want to visit in January. No team wants to deal with freezing cold weather and the possibility of having snowballs thrown at them all game long.
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