NFL moves Browns-Bills to Detroit due to storm

by Ricardo Gutierrez - The NFL is moving The Buffalo Bills' home game against the Detroit Lions to Detroit on Sunday because of a lake-effect snow storm in the Buffalo area.

NFL moves Browns-Bills game to Detroit due to snowstorm 4:19 PM ET ESPN News Services ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- The NFL is moving The Buffalo Bills ' home game against the Detroit Lions to Detroit on Sunday because of a lake-effect snow storm in the Buffalo area. The NFL has been in contact with both teams based on a forecast projecting one to three feet of snow falling through Saturday, with more in the forecast on Sunday. The National Weather Service has issued a lake-effect storm warning lasting through Saturday morning for southern Erie County, which includes the Bills' home in Orchard Park. The storm is projected to bring wind gusts off Lake Erie as high as 35 mph, which will make travel conditions hazardous and lead to potential power outages. The Bills had a home game moved because of a snowstorm in November 2014, when they defeated the New York Jets 38-3 in a game played at Detroit's Ford Field. That game, originally scheduled for Sunday, was pushed back to Monday to take into account both teams traveling. The Associated Press contributed to this report.