Last week’s Buffalo Bills game was postponed due to crazy weather. They eventually played on Monday, beating the Pittsburgh Steelers 31-17. This game isn’t in danger of being moved, but the Buffalo community is being called upon to make their home-field advantage possible for a second straight week.
The Buffalo Bills Ask for More Shovelers for the Divisional Round
Buffalo’s social media team and official website have pushed for more assistance clearing the Highmark Stadium stands. This week’s operation is set to start on Friday afternoon. To participate, the Buffalo Bills ask that shovelers have photo ID, that people who show up are at least 18 years old, and that those who are under 18 have the proper papers to work. It is a proper job that will pay $20 an hour, so anyone who shows up can say that they worked for an NFL playoff team!
Unlike last week, Buffalo is not promoting free food or beverages for anyone who helps the team clear the stadium of snow. Instead, the Bills are only promoting a warm resting area this time. Some of these Buffalo snow shovelers may need to unionize soon.
Sunday Night’s Matchup is a Must-See as the Buffalo Bills vs. Kansas City Chiefs Rivalry Continues
Josh Allen and Patrick Mahomes are two of the best quarterbacks in the NFL. In the regular season, Allen’s Buffalo Bills are 3-1, including a thrilling battle in Kansas City this season. However, Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs have a 2-0 edge in postseason clashes. Both of those games were in Arrowhead Stadium, most notably the overtime comeback by the Chiefs.
This is the first playoff meeting in Buffalo, along with Patrick Mahomes’ first time playing on the road during the postseason. For the Bills, they’re hoping to finally clear the hurdle that has prevented them from a Super Bowl berth the past few seasons. Sunday’s game is unquestionably the most anticipated game of the week, and Buffalo’s fans should be loud like they were last Monday. Highmark Stadium is going to host a game that the world has been waiting for all year.
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