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Bills General Manager Reveals Team's Plan For This Week Amid Snowstorm

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An impending snowstorm is forcing the Buffalo Bills front office to take a page out of their quarterback's book and call an audible, moving their game to Ford Field ahead of dangerous conditions at Highmark Stadium.

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Per NFL Network's Cameron Wolfe, Bills general manager Brandon Beane explained the team's new plan for the remainder of the week. He said that the team will attempt to practice on Friday in Buffalo if it's safe for players to travel to their facility and fly to Detroit on Saturday. 

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Following their game against the Browns, the team still has to prep for their Thanksgiving Day game against the Lions. To that end, the team hopes to fly out Sunday evening back to Buffalo and return to Detroit on Wednesday.

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That's a lot of traveling over the next six days - certainly a lot more than the team was probably anticipating just a few days ago. 

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Of course, these plans might be thwarted depending on how the weather situation in upstate New York plays out. For all we know, the snow situation in Buffalo could be less serious than we've been led to believe.

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If it's as bad or worse than anticipated though, things could get even messier ahead of a major five-day stretch for the Bills. 

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Will Buffalo overcome this sudden change of plans and win both games against the Browns and Lions?