Homefield Advantage: Bills Mafia pelt Dolphins players with snowballs during last night’s 32-29 win over Miami
The Buffalo Bills defeated the Miami Dolphins last night 32-29 in a cold, snowy game that was highlighted by Bills Mafia throwing snowballs onto the field.
Last week, Miami’s try-hard head coach Mike McDaniel was walking around Dolphins practice with a poorly made t-shirt with the next “I Wish It Were Colder” written across the front. The Dolphins, in an attempt to recreate the cold, snowy conditions in Buffalo, practiced in 50-60 degree weather as if that would even come close to comparing to the weather last night.
Clearly, that goofball McDaniel misjudged the conditions while also ignoring the fact he should have been pelting his players with snowballs to better recreate the conditions in Buffalo.
Bills Mafia Throws Snowballs after Dolphins Score
Damn. Even the cameraman was catching strays.
Okay so obviously, when it comes to snowballs at football games, Philadelphia is first in line to take criticism ever since a few fans decided to put a drunk Santa Claus in his place.
I’m going to skip the part of the post where I pretend to care that Bills Mafia gets away with throwing snowballs while Eagles fans can’t escape the narrative. There will never be any vindication for Eagles fans. Period.
Honestly, I would have been in the stands pelting Michael Robinson with snowballs as he sat there disrespecting Jalen Hurts on television so who am I to judge Bills Mafia for a few innocent snowballs being tossed onto the field?
Michael Robinson is an idiot
I support home teams using the weather conditions to their advantage at all costs. The Colts open and close their roof based on weather conditions and how it would influence another team’s offense. Seattle built a stadium to funnel crowd noise and even Miami puts opposing teams directly in the sun on the sidelines while they benefit from the shade.
It’s literally what home field advantage is all about.
It would have been nice to just create mini-snowmen smoking Newports in the stands but if there’s a shit ton of snow that wasn’t cleared then of course, snowballs are going to be in play. If Miami had a problem with it, they should have gotten out there with shovels pregame to clear out whatever snow was left behind.
The officiating crew did stop the game and probably had the right to issue an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty on Bills Mafia but thankfully, that didn’t happen.
Plus, it’s just snow. Everyone needs to stop acting like they were throwing rocks at players.