Western New York has been attacked by Mother Nature this week, as the region set records for the amount of snowfall accumulated. This has caused the NFL to relocate the game between the Buffalo Bills and New York Jets to Detroit at 7 pm on Monday night.
The game will be televised in the Buffalo and New York markets on CBS, as the game between the New Orleans Saints and Baltimore Ravens are set for Monday Night Football. Each team will get an extra day to prepare for the new location, but the Bills are still at a disadvantage. Here is a list of reasons why:
- Buffalo has yet to practice this week. The Bills are against the wall as it is after losing two-straight games they should have won. The playoffs don't look to be a real possibility any longer, but they're not mathematically out of it yet. This is a must-win game for Buffalo, against a division opponent. Not practicing for any opponent puts a team at a disadvantage.