It was epic, even by western New York weather standards.
A game where you kept asking yourself (and not for the first time), ‘What were they thinking building a stadium in the snow belt?’’
The day “Let it Snow’’ replaced “Shout’’ as the Buffalo Bills theme song.
At 28 degrees, it wasn’t the coldest home game in team history. At 18 mph, the winds weren’t the harshest ever.
But with about 6 to 8 inches of snow falling nonstop from kickoff until the moment running back LeSean McCoy, who must have snowshoes for feet, scored on a walk-off, 21-yard touchdown run to lift the Bills to a 13-7 victory in overtime over the Indianapolis Colts, it was the snowiest.
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– Bills looking for shovelers ahead of Dolphins game this Sunday (WHEC)
– Bills coach McDermott encouraged by medical reports on QBs (WHEC)
– Clearing up Bills playoff path, as much as possible (WROC)
– Pitoniak: Neither snow nor questionable decisions can hold back McCoy (WROC)