The Buffalo Bills are gearing up to take on the Cleveland Browns this Sunday.

A brutal lake-effect snowstorm forced the NFL to relocate the game from Buffalo to Detroit just days before the matchup.

With this decision, the Bills received a unique boost.

The narrative leading up to the matchup was that Josh Allen was going to struggle with high winds and snow.

Snow bowl no more

The brutal weather is normally not indicative of a good quarterback performance.

Now that the game is being held in a dome in Detroit, the Bills just had a considerable advantage swing in their favor.

Specifically, Josh Allen has a chance to bounce back in a big way. The franchise quarterback has an impressive resume while playing in a dome stadium.

The star quarterback has been struggling as of late with a league-leading 10 interceptions. Six of those have come over the last three weeks and Allen has thrown four in the Bills’ back-to-back losses to the New York Jets and Minnesota Vikings.

Allen has thrown just one touchdown in the last two games, as well.

Recipe for success

Moving the game to a dome may be exactly what Josh Allen needs to get his confidence back.

Bills fans will be watching closely to see if their franchise quarterback can snap out of the current slump he is in.

Giving Josh Allen perfect conditions, against a struggling defense, is a matchup Bills fans are dreaming of.

If there’s any time to right the ship on an otherwise brutal stretch of football, this is the week to do it.

Buffalo looks to bounce back

It won’t be easy as Buffalo is battling one of the more brutal injury bugs across the NFL. 

In fact, Sean McDermott announced that a few key players would be inactive for the game, with several others being questionable

This has all the makings to be a bounce-back game for Josh Allen in which the team will rely heavily, once again, on him to lead them to victory.

With Josh Allen at the helm, Bills Mafia should like their chances.

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