The Buffalo Bills and the Pittsburgh Steelers are scheduled to play at Highmark Stadium this weekend and as the snow approaches, there is a call to action. The Buffalo Bills posted the request late Friday afternoon on the social media and Buffalo Bills app.

The forecast is calling for heavy snow and near blizzard conditions for much of the region and it will impact travel and the game most likely on Sunday. As rumors about the game being moved swirled, the storm seems to be zeroing in on Orchard Park.

The Buffalo Bills will be paying and feeding those who are eager and able to help shovel the 60,000 seats out for the playoff game.

There is a large storm that is brewing and will bring damaging winds and lake effect snow. There were rumors that the game between the Steelers and Bills might be moved to a neutral location IF the storm was bad enough. However, according to reports, the NFL has dispelled that rumor.

The travel will likely be rough around the state.

The weather is going to be tricky and the Governor of New York State has taken the opportunity to show some support for the only New York State NFL team and at the same time, urge Steelers fans to stay home!

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