Are you ready for some snow? What about watching it as it comes down during an NFL game?
The NFL may witness its first snow game of the season when the Browns travel to face the Bills in Week 11 on Sunday. As of right now, a winter storm watch for Erie, Genesee, and Wyoming counties in the Buffalo area has been issued by the National Weather Service starting on Thursday night and lasting through Sunday, via The Buffalo News.
A projected one to two feet are forecasted to hit the area while the heaviest could produce one to two inches of snow per hour, per the National Weather Service. This will be treacherous for Bills fans, but they already know what to expect and the conditions won’t keep them from the game at all.
Multiple feet of snow will probably create difficulty for the two teams, which might force both teams to rely heavily on their run game.
As you know, Highmark Stadium does not have a roof.
The Bills are looking to snap a two-game losing skid and claw back atop the standings in the AFC. Meanwhile, Cleveland is looking to rebound after a 39-17 road loss to the Dolphins.
Naturally, this will also likely have an impact on the betting markets. The Bills were a 9-point favorite over the Browns, but these conditions could easily sway money the other way.
If anything, the snow will provide some beautiful scenery, along with some potential fun touchdown celebrations in the snow covered end zone.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.