With most of upstate New York buried by snow, the Buffalo Bills players couldn’t even get in cars to get to practice.
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Many Buffalo Bills players and their families live in upstate New York during the regular season, but with the recent snowstorm in Buffalo and Orchard Park, NY that have buried homes under 6-12 feet of snow and resulted in several casualties, they won’t get to play their Week 12 home game in their own stadium.
With a state of emergency in effect keeping most vehicles off the road, the Bills needed some way to get to the airport in order to get on the plane to Detroit for a rescheduled Monday Night game. The players were forced to resort to some unusual methods of transportation:
— Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills) November 21, 2014
Yes, snowmobiles. Snowmobiles specially designed to traverse the icy roads of Buffalo and Orchard Park when cars cannot. That’s some very smart thinking!