There isn’t much visibility in Buffalo for today’s game between the Bills and Indianapolis Colts. With storm surges in the area, New Era Field is covered in snow and it has created a remarkable scene.
It wasn’t much clearer live at the stadium.
That’s the football field in Buffalo. And this picture is not doing it justice. I literally can’t see the full field. Snowing too hard. pic.twitter.com/m7Bo9kFxDW
— Gregg Doyel (@GreggDoyelStar) December 10, 2017
But in case you were wondering, there actually were Bills players on the field rocking the team’s red color rush uniforms.
— Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) December 10, 2017
Snow job, Buffalo Bills style. 45 minutes to kickoff and you can barely see the other end zone. pic.twitter.com/hxlN73kYf8
— Rob Longley (@longleysunsport) December 10, 2017
Eventually the weather started to clear up and you could finally see the field with around four minutes remaining in the first half.
As you might have imagined, both teams have struggled offensively throughout the first two quarters and neither team has found the endzone. With just two minutes remaining, the score is tied, 0-0.
It may just end up being the first team to score wins.
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