INDIANAPOLIS — Just over three years ago, the Indianapolis Colts and Buffalo Bills played one of the most memorable NFL "weather" games in what's labeled the "Snow Bowl."
Sixteen inches of snowfall hit Buffalo on Dec. 10, 2017, with 8-9" falling during the game.
The game featured a combined 97 rushing attempts, which is the most in an NFL game since 1981. The Colts lost 13-7 in overtime in a game for the ages.
For early January standards, the weather Saturday in Buffalo will be tame for the Colts-Bills "Super Wild Card Weekend" game.
We're forecasting mid-30s at kickoff with a mix of sun and clouds.