It might be hard for fans to believe, but it looks like the weather is rooting for the Buffalo Bills.
With a blizzard set to hit the Western New York area, the Bills game is going from their home field to Ford Field.
While the team now plays their home game at Detroit, it actually now gives them a better chance to win.
With all this, how is the weather playing a factor into the game and rooting for the Bills?
Weather Pattern And Moving Game To Detroit Gives Bills An Edge
The first sign of the weather rooting for the Bills came from the pattern of the storm front.
No way the snowstorm hitting Buffalo really looks like the Bills' logo 😅🤯
— NFL on ESPN (@ESPNNFL) November 18, 2022
The NFL on ESPN Twitter account put out a tweet with the blizzard looking almost like the Bills logo.
While some might not see that, it’s one way the weather is rooting for the Bills.
However, another way the weather is rooting for the Bills is how it’s helping the team.
Had they had the game in Buffalo, the weather turns the game into more of a running game for both teams.
With the Bills facing the Cleveland Browns, getting into a rushing match with them puts them at a disadvantage.
While the Browns have one of the best running games in the NFL, the top rusher in Buffalo is their quarterback.
That means a snow game gives the Browns the edge.
However, they now play their game in a dome, meaning weather isn’t a factor.
So thanks to a nasty blizzard, which might look like a buffalo, the Bills have the advantage once again.