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Just now, Awwufelloff said:

Almost all models have a storm moving through Western NY on Monday. A combo of rain/snow and wind. It seems every Bills home game this happens...Just bad luck this season.

 

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How is this bad luck in Orchard Park in December?

 

Are most of the fans on this board not from Buffalo or understand this is extremly normal circumstances that the Bills have played in during their entire franchise existence??

 

Again if this team and QB can't play in these type of conditions than the Pegulas need to clean house immediately because there was a major disconnect somewhere in terms of how you build an NFL team that has play football during the winter in the northeast US.

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1 minute ago, Awwufelloff said:

Agreed, but early looks from the American, Euro, and Canadian weather model all have a storm moving through on Monday. 😧

Yeah maybe for now. Will likely change a few times between now and Thursday and so forth.... Saturday's forecast will be the earliest to get a better idea

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33 minutes ago, Sheneneh Jenkins said:

Figures! Too early to get an idea though so not putting any stock into a forecast tht's a week out.

...famous last words.

 

 

32 minutes ago, Awwufelloff said:

Agreed, but early looks from the American, Euro, and Canadian weather model all have a storm moving through on Monday. 😧

It will be there.  It's a question of timing, and whether or not the storm impacts the game.


This is as big as game as we have played in the regular season in several years.

 

I really hope it is not destroyed by total garbage weather.

 

 

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On 11/30/2021 at 1:29 PM, Awwufelloff said:

Almost all models have a storm moving through Western NY on Monday. A combo of rain/snow and wind. It seems every Bills home game this happens...Just bad luck this season.

 

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 If it snows that stretch down south won't ever stand the strain.

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36 minutes ago, FilthyBeast said:

 

How is this bad luck in Orchard Park in December?

 

Are most of the fans on this board not from Buffalo or understand this is extremly normal circumstances that the Bills have played in during their entire franchise existence??

 

Again if this team and QB can't play in these type of conditions than the Pegulas need to clean house immediately because there was a major disconnect somewhere in terms of how you build an NFL team that has play football during the winter in the northeast US.

Right, like back in the Super Bowl era, when we had the most aggressive, avant grade, passing offense in franchise history.

 

Why do people not remember this?

 

 

1 minute ago, Sheneneh Jenkins said:

Well I mean it is 6 days away. A lot can and will change between now and next Monday night. But would be nice to get a home game with decent weather for a change. 

It will come down to timing.   The storm may or may not impact the game, but looking at the models, there is gonna be a storm on Monday.

 

Remember the forecasts for bad rain in the Kansas City night game?  That stuff was talked about for a week, and the rain came RIGHT ON TIME as advertised in the game.

 

Computer models are pretty good now; longer than a week forecast is a stretch, but 7 days or less can be very accurate.

 

 

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38 minutes ago, FilthyBeast said:

 

How is this bad luck in Orchard Park in December?

 

 

 

I think he means it's bad luck because these rain/wind/precip days have been hitting on Sunday afternoon gamedays this fall (and now predicted for Monday eve).  The other days during those past weeks have been mostly uneventful weather-wise.  All bets are off once you get into December though.  Lot's of crummy days ahead.

 

 

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I’ve always said “weather is the great equalizer.” In other words, the underdog stands a better chance in foul weather. 
But …. Is that true? I mean, that’s my impression and it makes intuitive sense (bad bounces, fumbles, breakdowns of precision passing games, etc, all of which make the game more of a crapshoot) but does anyone know whether the stats actually support that?

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