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Buffalo Bills home game moved to Detroit amid severe weather

Snow falling at Highmark Stadium, home of the National Football League's Buffalo Bills, in 2021. (Getty Images)

A scheduled November 20 National Football League game between the Buffalo Bills and Cleveland Browns has been moved from New York to Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan due to a weather emergency in Western New York.

The game will go ahead at 1 p.m. ET in the new location, the home of the NFL's Detroit Lions. The decision to move the game away from the Bills' home of Highmark Stadium in Orchard Park, New York was made in consultation with the team and local and state authorities in the interest of public safety as the region prepares for a storm with projections of multiple feet of snow.

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