Die-hard football fans lined up outside Ford Field in Detroit as early at midnight on Sunday to get what was left of the tickets for Monday night’s matchup between the Bills and Jets.
Lewand would not say whether Ford Field might also be a possible venue if the Bills need an alternate location for their next home game.
The general public will have an opportunity to secure free tickets to Monday’s game via Flash Seats beginning at 10 a.m. on Saturday.
What better way then picking them up on snowmobiles?
Jim Schwartz is the defensive coordinator for the Bills, Marty Mornhinweg the offensive coordinator for the Jets.
Snowed out in Buffalo, the Bills are heading to Detroit to play their “home” game against the New York Jets on Monday night.
The Bills initially offered $10 per hour and free tickets to people who would help shovel snow around the stadium for Sunday’s game against the New York Jets (2-8).
Buffalo is currently in a snow emergency. The game might not be played at Ralph Wilson Stadium.
With Kelly stuck in the snow, Williams came to the rescue.
Overall the message is if you think it’s cold, just be happy you aren’t in Buffalo.