One Bills Back “All Shook Up” over Move to Detroit

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ORCHARD PARK, NY (Erie News Now) – Due to safety concerns in light of the ongoing weather emergency in Western, N.Y., Sunday’s Browns-Bills game has been moved to Ford Field in Detroit.

Kick-off remains the same, 1:00 p.m. on Sunday.

Long-time season ticket holder John Lang, better known to the football Mafia as “Bills Elvis”, is discouraged after hearing the Browns-Bills game has been moved to Detroit.

He told Erie News Now, “My Daughter’s birthday is this weekend and I planned to spend it with her. If I do go, it will be a last-minute decision. I’m disappointed because I feel this will turn into a home game for the Browns.”

The decision to move the game was made after the NFL consulted with the Bills, and Local and State Authorities.

The team says fans who have purchased tickets for Sunday’s game will be refunded, and season ticket holders will get automatic credits on their accounts.


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