According to ESPN, snow is still falling all around Ralph Wilson Stadium. The Governor of New York stated that it would be impractical to play Sunday’s game in the stadium. The National Football League agreed and released a statement that the game will be relocated to a neutral site. These three sites are Washington, D.C., Detroit and Pittsburgh. So either way, the players will still be battling the cold weather just not the storm. The league and governor are concerned about public safety and at this point it is not worth putting anyone at risk.
Football fans are die hard fans, they will find the will and the way to arrive anywhere for their team. The area is expecting warmer weather this weekend, so why change the location if the weather is looking up? This is something Stephen Williams wine just does not understand. There is a large concern for flooding in the area with the mountains of snow melting, once again causing a public safety issue. This is a very rare circumstance for the NFL. They are trying to determine which day and time would be good for the game and the teams’ fans. So no worries, they are definitely going to play the game in week 12.