Check out this amazing operation to shovel out Buffalo Bills players trapped by 6 feet of snow so they could get to a game in Detroit
· · Nov 21, 2022 ·

Snowmobiles, ATVs, big pickup trucks, snow shoveling, snowplows, and snowshoes, these things were all used to get the Buffalo Bills football players from their homes after a massive snowstorm this weekend.

Daniel Payne showed y'all what it looked like in Northern New York this weekend as nearly 6 feet of snow came in overnight:

The Buffalo Bills were scheduled to have a home football game against the Browns but, needless to say, there was just too much snow on the ground to play in.

In fact, the snow on the ground was so bad that many of the football players had to be rescued from their homes in order to make it to the Bills facility to fly out to the new neutral site for their upcoming game, Detroit.

And, the best football fans in the world, the Bills Mafia, pitched in to help their star-NFL neighbors out.

Backup quarterback Matt Barkley and tight end Dawson Knox filmed their neighbors helping them get out of their homes to the football facility:

The team at the Bills' headquarters worked overtime to make sure everyone was accounted for, everyone got a ride, and everyone was safe as they dealt with the weather.

The Bills put out this mini-documentary and you can see just how tirelessly this team worked to make sure the football game could happen on Sunday:

What a tremendous effort from the organization and a community of people who love their team.

Oh, and by the way, Buffalo won.


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