We have reached the point on the calendar when glorious snow games are likely for the Bills.
The temperature stayed in the 40s for Buffalo's contest against the Patriots last Sunday, but flurries certainly could make their way onto New Era Field during the game against the Colts in Week 14.
To prepare for the likelihood of cold, snowy weather, the Colts have taken practice outside, per Zak Keefer of The Indianapolis Star.
#Colts showing grit, practicing outside today in 25 degree weather to ready for Sunday's game in Buffalo. Entire offensive line in only shorts and jerseys.
— Zak Keefer (@zkeefer) December 7, 2017
The Colts are obviously used to playing in a dome, and with Tennessee, Jacksonville and Houston in their division, snow games aren't common for them.
On October 29 of this year, Indianapolis played in Cincinnati, a game that featured a temperature of 39 degrees at kickoff. No snow fell.
According to the latest report on Weather.com, the forecast for Orchard Park on Sunday features a high of 27 degrees with an 80 percent chance of precipitation, although "PM Snow" is the description of that precipitation.
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