Twitter reacts to Colts, Bills playing in brutal weather conditions

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As is nearly tradition, the Buffalo Bills were forced to send a call out for fan labor Saturday to help clear the field before the game at Ralph Wilson Stadium of snow so that the home team could take on the Indianapolis Colts. "Things simply didn't go our manner", Gore aforesaid. "I just want us this last quarter to go out there, fight and try our best to go for it in the fourth quarter". McCoy is tied for 24th with 36 100-yard games. 5, and therefore the Colts are outscored 182-82 on the road.

The Colts, playing in all white uniforms, were well-camouflaged for the game. Have thoughts on how the Bills and Colts are performing? "They're about to keep returning till you stop it". The loss assured Pagano of his first losing season as coach of the Colts and marks the third time since 2001 that the Colts will finish the season with a losing record.

Hannibal Buress Forced Into Cop Car After Contesting Arrest
He posted bail and left the station at around 6:00 am EST on Sunday morning. Buress said in response, "You know y'all goofy as [expletive]".

A "Snow Bowl" game so dramatic hasn't been seen since 2013.

Bills fans, whether or not you're in Western the big apple or elsewhere, you'll be able to follow the Bills as they combat the Colts at New Era Field. "It could be 10 feet and I'm cool", said Bills safety Micah Hyde, who spent the previous four seasons with Green Bay.

Further signs of looming United States war with North Korea
Amid the joint United States exercises in South Korea, the Chinese navy and air force has been conducting its own military drills. This week, the USA and South Korea held air force drills involving more than 200 aircraft, including six U.S.

Temperatures are expected to be in the 20s on Sunday.

Vasyl Lomachenko makes defensive Guillermo Rigondeaux quit in round 6
Rigondeaux (17-1) said after the fight that he hurt his hand in the second round and that was the reason he couldn't go on. I am at 122.' It is on video on YouTube.

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