The Bills played their Week 12 game against the New York Jets in Detroit after a snowstorm prevented them from hosting the game in Buffalo. Behind Kyle Orton's two touchdown passes, the Bills beat the Jets 38-3 on Monday night.
The team estimated at least 220,000 tons of snow fell in the stadium from the storm, which dumped up to 7 feet across the region. The Bills offered fans $10 an hour to shovel out the snow as crews worked 24 hours a day to remove it.
On Monday, the team announced it had successfully removed all the snow from the stadium. While there was minor damage, Brandon said nothing was structural. The Bills later posted a before-and-after comparison of the stadium:
The Bills are 6-5 and tied for second in the AFC East with the Miami Dolphins.
- Paul Palladino