Boomer and Craig got this Tuesday edition of the Morning Extravaganza started by discussing Gang Green’s embarrassing 38-3 loss to the Bills at the outset.
Buffalo and the Jets have already faced each other this year, and not too long ago at that. But this time Michael Vick will be under the dome in Detroit.
The announcement came late Friday afternoon as the Bills finally arrived in Detroit following days of being stuck in their homes due to incredible lake-effect storms that have dropped more than 7 feet of snow on western New York.
It’s been a rough week in Buffalo.
Forget that 43-23 loss to Buffalo four weeks ago. This Jets team, Rex Ryan insists, is nothing like that one.
The Jets’ game against the Bills has been postponed until Monday and will be played in Detroit instead of snow-covered Buffalo, but that didn’t stop Al from trying to capture the moment.
The decision came due to a severe lake-effect snowstorm hitting Buffalo, which prompted the NFL to relocate the Bills home game.
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Michael Vick walked off the MetLife Stadium field in October unsure if he had blown his chance. He can make up for that previous performance against the Bills this week.
The decision to postpone or potentially relocate the game rests with the NFL. The league has been in constant contact with the Bills since the storm began, but has not yet made an announcement.
Boomer and Craig got Thursday’s radio program begun by discussing the record-breaking snowfall currently plaguing Western New York, before declaring a state of emergency right here in the Big Apple.
It’s hard to tell whether the field will be cleared, Bills Vice President of Operations Andy Major told reporters during a telephone conference call Wednesday.
“We’re going to reward him someday,” 88-year-old Roy Noble told the Buffalo News. “He’s a helluva nice guy.”
In a season of serious lows for the Jets, rock-bottom might have been the Bills marching into MetLife Stadium a few weeks back and laughing their way to a rout.
Rex Ryan insists his team is motivated — even when people outside the facility can’t imagine what there might be left to play for.