Saturday night's playoff matchup between the Baltimore Ravens and Buffalo Bills could get interesting should the current weather forecast play out.
1-3 inches of snow is expected in the Buffalo region. Obviously not a big deal for a place like Buffalo, but huge implications possibly for a high-stakes football game.
Snow games traditionally result in a game tougher to navigate in the passing game, depending on how hard it is snowing. Any such interference could play into the Ravens hands, who lead the NFL again in total rushing yards behind a dangerous tandem of Lamar Jackson, J.K. Dobbins, and Gus Edwards.
Buffalo on the other hand relies heavily on their passing game, having been ranked #3 in both passing yards and passing touchdowns during the regular season behind the stellar play of Bills quarterback Josh Allen.
We will wait to see how the weather plays out, but regardless, it should be a good game.