Buffalo Send Out Request to Bills Mafia, Asks More Fans to Help Get the Stadium Ready for Chiefs Clash

Published 01/20/2024, 10:09 AM EST

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The last week was a tumultuous one! Not only for the Buffalo Bills but the fans as well with heavy snowfall, traveling restrictions, and an emergency being declared. Hence the game against the Pittsburgh Steelers was postponed. Will the same happen in the divisional playoffs against the Kansas City Chiefs?

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The divisional playoff game is set to take place between one of the oldest and hotly contested rivalries in the AFC. However, with the weather not improving and snow falling, the Bills have called on for additional help from the fanbase.

Buffalo Bills knee-deep in snow

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The temperatures for the game are predicted to be around 18 degrees and will fall further as the game progresses. However, the unrelenting snow has been causing issues for the staff at the Highmark Stadium. They have called on volunteers to assist in the shoveling program.

As the Highmark Stadium is around 50 years old, it lacks the cutting-edge technology that many other stadiums possess. Especially the underground heaters, which help in the snow-melting process.

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The game looks like it will be kicked off at the scheduled time. The snow shoveling will be a tiring process and will require help from the Bills Mafia. But will these conditions help the Bills against the Chiefs as it did against the Steelers?

The Chiefs are used to the harsh weather conditions

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One of the coldest games in several years was played this season between the Chiefs and the Miami Dolphins. As the temperatures get low in Kansas City, the team is used to perform in cold conditions. But the Chiefs will be worried about their record.

The Bills and the Chiefs have met 55 times and the Bills lead the series 29-24-1. They even defeated the reigning champions in the regular season. However, the last time the Chiefs and the Bills met in the playoffs, it was the red and white team that took the victory.

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Who will win the upcoming contest? The Buffalo Bills or the Kansas City Chiefs? Let us know your predictions.

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Written by:

Utkarsh Tiwari

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