On Saturday, the Buffalo Bills and New England Patriots will meet for the third time this season. The winner of this game will advance to the AFC Divisional Round.
Although we’re still a few days away from kickoff, the weather forecast for this game is already drawing serious attention.
As of now, the National Weather Service calls for a 30 percent chance of snow in Buffalo this Saturday. The conditions will be so frigid that the high temperature is 14 degrees.
Since the Bills and Patriots will kick off at 8:30 p.m. ET, the temperature should drop.
Buffalo weather forecast for Patriots-Bills has single-digit temperatures, chance of snow. https://t.co/ExceAXSlmi
— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) January 11, 2022
When the Bills and Patriots met on Dec. 6, the temperatures were in the low 30s with winds around 25-35 mph. As a result, the two teams struggled to move the ball through the air.
As a matter of fact, the Patriots only attempted three passes during that game. And yet, they managed to end up on the right side of the scoreboard.
The Bills had a bounce-back performance in their second meeting with the Patriots, winning 33-21. Josh Allen completed 30-of-47 passes for 314 yards and three touchdowns.
It’s safe to say these two teams know each other well, and they know how to play in brutal weather conditions.
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