NFL Considers Moving Bills-Browns Game Due To Impending Buffalo Snowstorm

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Do we have a possible “Snow Bowl” on our hands?

The Buffalo Bills are set to host the Cleveland Browns in some Week 11 action on Nov. 20, but there’s just one problem: Buffalo is expecting to get anywhere from 3-to-6 feet of snow by game time, with the potential of “thundersnow,” as well.

The NFL is monitoring the storm and having talks with both the Bills and Browns, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

The league doesn’t want to move the game, according to CBS Sports NFL Insider Jonathan Jones, but they will if it’s necessary, with Detroit’s Ford Field reportedly being the most likely choice. A decision is expected to come either later Thursday or Friday.

I love how the NFL seemingly has no interest in moving this game — and why would you?

Who doesn’t love a good Snow Bowl?

With the amount of snow Buffalo is likely going to get, we have a solid chance of having that oh-so-glorious crash television. I want the chaos of the New England Patriots and then-Oakland Raiders game back in the 2002 NFL Playoffs (that game was so iconic even the National Weather Service did a piece on it.) (RELATED: Deshaun Watson Back At Practice Amid 11-Game Ban)

I want the lack of vision we saw Wednesday night in a college football contest between Western Michigan and Central Michigan — I actually watched a little bit of that game, too. Holy crap, the entertainment value.

Don’t move the game, NFL! Give us a Snow Bowl!