THUNDERSNOW: Buffalo forecasts calling for snow totals of 3-to-6 feet by Sunday, could impact Browns vs. Bills game
Forecasts in Buffalo this weekend are reportedly calling for 3-to-6 feet of snow by Sunday, including what the media is now calling “thundersnow” that could impact Sunday’s game between the Buffalo Bills and Cleveland Browns.
Cleveland Browns at Buffalo Bills – Thundersnow Expected
Meteorologists are the absolute worst.
I think they have been correct maybe what, four or five times total? The only time they get anything right is when they get tipped off by the US Government’s HAARP program. Don’t even argue with me. Going down the HAARP road is a dangerous game to play. I’m not really into that conspiracy theory but I bet Shaq is after his ridiculous two-moon rant earlier this week so if you’re looking for a good conversation, maybe send a few tweets his way.
Regardless, all this snow is bad news for a few players on the Browns and Bills.
If there’s 6 feet of snow in Buffalo, we may lose both Nick Chubb and Devin Singletary.
Chubb is listed as 5’11”, and Singletary is listed as 5’7”.
Thoughts and prayers. I guess.
Really though, as someone who is 6’2.5”, I despise any man under six feet tall so if we lose a few “short kings” (no such thing) and get a Snow Bowl in return, then so be it.
We just had some mid-week #MACtion in the snow and it was a beautiful disaster.
OHIO – FANDUEL IS COMING
Then, of course, the best snow game in history happened at Lincoln Financial Field when LeSean McCoy went OFF against the Detroit Lions.
How to Bet a Snow Bowl: Fade The Books
According to the books, the total on the game has already dropped nearly six points. To me, that means one thing and one thing only. Bet the over. I’m not buying into the weather propaganda machine and by game time, we should have a somewhat clear field with those Bills Mafia maniacs going wild in the stands.