Bills-Steelers Playoff Game Stay Put Amid Weather Rumors

Bills-Steelers Playoff Game Stay Put Amid Weather Rumors


While weather is expected to affect Sunday’s Super Wild Card Weekend game between the Buffalo Bills and the Pittsburgh Steelers, rumors of a possible NFL move to Cleveland have been debunked.

Marty Griffin of Pittsburgh’s “The Big K Morning Show” reported that Browns officials have been told to be “on alert” if a state of emergency is declared in western New York and the league has to move the game.

However, CBS Sports NFL insider Jonathan Jones disputed the report Thursday night, claiming he was told otherwise by multiple sources.Via Nick Farabaugh, Steelers Now, a team representative also confirmed that the league has not told them anything about possibly moving the game to Cleveland.”As long as the conditions are the same for both teams, I’m not too concerned about it,” Steelers coach Mike Tomlin told reporters after Wednesday’s practice.Temperatures for Sunday’s game are expected to be in the mid to low 20s with winds around 25 mph and gusts up to 50.

The game currently has a 70% chance of snow. during the dayWhile the Bills are used to regularly playing games in inclement weather, the last time the Steelers played as expected this weekend was a 13-10 win over the Las Vegas Raiders on Christmas Eve. last season in Week 16. The temperature for this game was nine degrees and the wind was 21 miles per hour..

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